The public prosecutor exercises public action and requires the application of the law.
He is represented in each criminal court.
He attends the debates of the trial courts; all decisions are pronounced in his presence.
He ensures the execution of court decisions.
He is required to take written requisitions in accordance with the instructions given to him under the conditions provided for in Articles 36, 37 and 44. He freely develops the oral observations that he considers appropriate for the good of justice.