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Section 11.3. The Auditor-General and the Ombudsman have full powers of investigation, including access to all records and correspondence, and the right to summon and subpoena witnesses, and hear evidence on oath. They submit annual reports of their activities to Parliament and Regional Councils but are independent of the Government in the exercise of their functions, with a duty to act impartially.

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    Administrator #1  •  2020-08-16 22:44:44

    Section 11.3. The Auditor-General and the Ombudsman have full powers of investigation, including access to all records and correspondence, and the right to summon and subpoena witnesses, and hear evidence on oath. They submit annual reports of their activities to Parliament and Regional Councils but are independent of the Government in the exercise of their functions, with a duty to act impartially.

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