Prosecutorial Council Elects Prosecutor Nana Khunjua as Chairperson

2019-01-16 18:47:53
Nana Khunjua has been elected as the new chairperson of the Prosecutorial Council at its meeting with majority of votes via secret ballot. 
Two candidates were nominated at the Council’s meeting today – attorney at law Irma Tchkadua and Prosecutor Nana Khunjua. She was elected as the Chair of the Prosecutorial Council with majority of votes (12 votes) for a term of 2 years.
As members of the Prosecutorial Council stated, two circumstances had been important to them – a nominated prosecutor to become the chair and additionally, by this decision, the members welcome increasing the role of women in the activities of the Prosecutor’s Office. 
Nana Khunjua started her career in the Prosecution Service of Georgia as an intern at Tbilisi Didube-Chughureti District Prosecutor’s Office in 2006. Earlier, she was a patrol inspector at the Main Division of Tbilisi Patrol Police (2004-2006). In 2006, she proceeded with her career as a prosecutor at Tbilisi Didube-Chughureti District Prosecutor’s Office, where she remained until 2014. In 2014, she was a prosecutor at the Division of Tbilisi Prosecutor’s Office for Procedural Guidance of Investigation in the Services of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia. In 2014-2015, she held the position of a prosecutor at the Division of Procedural Guidance of Investigation and Supervision of Operative-Investigative Activities in the Counterintelligence Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Counter-Terrorism Center, State Subordinate Entity of the Ministry of Internal Affairs – Border Police of Georgia, Special State Security Service and Intelligence Service,  the Department of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia for Procedural Guidance of Investigation and Supervision of Operative-Investigative Activities in the Public Security Services of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Georgia, Special State Security Service and Intelligence Service. In 2015-2018, she carried on with her career as a prosecutor at the Division of Procedural Guidance of Investigation and Supervision of Operative-Investigative Activities in the Counterintelligence Department of the State Security Service, Counter-Terrorism Center, State Subordinate Entity of the Ministry of Internal Affairs – Border Police of Georgia, Special State Security Service and Intelligence Service, the Department of the Chief Prosecutor’s Office of Georgia for Procedural Guidance of Investigation and Supervision of Operative-Investigative Activities in the State Security Service, Special State Security Service, Intelligence Service and Subordinate Entity of the Ministry of Internal Affairs – Border Police of Georgia.
Since December 16, 2018, she has been working as a prosecutor at the Division of Procedural Guidance of Investigation and Supervision of Operative-Investigative Activities in the Counterintelligence Department of the State Security Service, Counter-Terrorism Center, State Subordinate Entity of the Ministry of Internal Affairs – Border Police of Georgia, Special State Security Service and Intelligence Service, the Department of the Office of the Prosecutor General of Georgia for Procedural Guidance of Investigation and Supervision of Operative-Investigative Activities in the State Security Service, Special State Security Service, Intelligence Service and Subordinate Entity of the Ministry of Internal Affairs – Border Police of Georgia.
She has a husband and four children