The main favorite in getting the EU prosecutor job (Kovesi) has been accused of corruption in Romania:
Romanian magistrate Laura Codruta Kovesi, a hot favourite to become the EU’s first-ever top prosecutor, has been indicted on corruption charges, a judicial source said. Considered a symbol of the fight against corruption but facing hostility from the Romanian government, Kovesi received the news during a six-hour hearing on Thursday in front of a special panel charged with investigating magistrates.
A few days latter she was banned for leaving the country due to investigation:
Romania’s ruling party has intensified its campaign to stop the former anti-graft prosecutor, Laura Codruta Kovesi, from heading the new EU Chief Prosecutor’s Office, forbidding her to leave the country.
Now, if EU appoints Kovesi as a prosecutor, there will be a contradiction between its decision and a court decision in Romania and I am wondering which takes precedence in this case.
Question: What happens if EU chooses a prosecutor that is not allowed to leave her country?