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Proposed Amendment S118.9 [Under Review]

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    Section A: Ombudsmans Bureau

    § 1. The Ombudsman’s Bureau shall protect and defend the rights and freedoms recognized by this Constitution, and shall exclusively oversee:

    a. The management of the civil service of the Scottish State, and the activity of public or private organizations, be they associated or dependent.

    d. All other activities and functions determined by the CSL.

    § 2. The Ombudsman’s Bureau shall supervise the activity of local administrations, and public or private organizations be they associated or dependent, in a subsidiary manner in relation to local auditors.

    § 3. The Ombudsman’s Bureau can request reports from various institutions over how to improve the application of fundamental Constitutional rights, and submit modifications or additions to the CSL to the Parliament for consideration.

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    Section A: Ombudsmans Bureau

    § 1. It’s created an Ombudsman’s Bureau, composed of the Ombudsman, a primary assistant and at least one additional assistant, other assistants can be named for some specially fields or places.

    § 2. The Ombudsman shall be appointed by the Monarch or the president from a list prepared by the parliament. The ombudsman has to choose his assistants, with the agreement of the president (or the Monarch).

    § 3. All of the Ombudman’s bureaus have to be independent, taken by citizens of Scottish State, who should be at least 30 years old. They shall be engaged in the practice of law and be recognized for it.

    § 4. The Ombudsman’s bureau serves for a term of five years, and can be destitute during the mandate for a breach to duties.

    § 5. The Ombudsman’s Bureau shall protect and defend the rights and freedoms recognized by this Constitution, and shall exclusively oversee:

    a. The management of the civil service of the Scottish State, and the activity of public or private organizations, be they associated or dependent.

    b. All other activities and functions determined by the CSL.

    § 6. The Ombudsman’s Bureau shall supervise the activity of local administrations, and public or private organizations be they associated or dependent, in a subsidiary manner in relation to local auditors.

    § 7. The Ombudsman’s Bureau can request reports from various institutions over how to improve the application of fundamental Constitutional rights, and submit modifications or additions to the CSL to the Parliament for consideration.

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