CONSTITUTIONAL AND STATUTORY  REQUIREMENTS



CHAPTER IV -THE PRESIDENT

Article 120 of the constitution states “Every year, the President shall submit to the Auditor General a statement of all property and monies owned by him, business interests and all assets and liabilities.”

 

CHAPTER  V – THE CABINET MINISTERS

Article 138 of the constitution states “Every member of the Cabinet shall annually submit to the Auditor General a statement of all property and monies owned by him, business interests and all assets and liabilities.”


STATUTES

CHAPTER JUDICIAL SERVICE COMMISSION’S ACT

Section 17(d) of Judicial Service Commission Act states “Every member of the Commission shall annually submit to the Auditor General a statement of all the properties and monies owned by him/her, business interests and all assets and liabilities. And every member appointed to the Commission shall before assuming office, submit to the Auditor General a statement of all the properties and monies owned by him/her, business interests and all assets and liabilities. If the Auditor General finds discrepancies in the statement, the Auditor General reserves the right to submit the issue to the People’s Majlis.”

 

ELECTIONS COMMISSION’S ACT

Section 17(d) of Election Commission Act states “Every member of the Commission shall annually submit to the Auditor General a statement of all the properties and monies owned by him/her, business interests and all assets and liabilities. And every member appointed to the Commission shall before assuming office, submit to the Auditor General a statement of all the properties and monies owned by him/her, business interests and all assets and liabilities. If the Auditor General finds discrepancies in the statement, the Auditor General reserves the right to submit the issue to the People’s Majlis.”

 

ANTI-CORRUPTION COMMISSION’S ACT

Section 17(d) of Anti-Corruption Commission Act states “Every member of the Commission shall annually submit to the Auditor General a statement of all the properties and monies owned by him/her, business interests and all assets and liabilities. And every member appointed to the Commission shall before assuming office, submit to the Auditor General a statement of all the properties and monies owned by him/her, business interests and all assets and liabilities. If the Auditor General finds discrepancies in the statement, the Auditor General reserves the right to submit the issue to the People’s Majlis.”

 

PROSECUTOR GENERAL’S ACT

Section 12(b) of Prosecutor Generals Act states “Prosecutor general shall annually submit to the Auditor General a statement of all the properties and monies owned by him/her, business interests and all assets and liabilities. And individual appointed as the prosecutor general shall before assuming office, submit to the Auditor General a statement of all the properties and monies owned by him/her, business interests and all assets and liabilities. If the Auditor General finds discrepancies in the statement, the Auditor General reserves the right to submit the issue to the People’s Majlis.”