Investigative Structure

The detailed structure of the investigative branch is to be determined by statute, enacted by the corresponding legislature.   Each agency must have a charter defining the responsibilities and authorities of the agency, and the relationship of the agency to other agencies.   Only the legislature of the same unit of state, or the citizenry of the corresponding geographic region through direct action, can create or dissolve an agency, or alter its size, funding.   or charter.

The power of appointment to offices within the investigative branch can be delegated to a member of the investigative branch by statute. Any such appointment can be nullified by a 62.5% vote-weight in the corresponding legislature.

An investigator (an officer of the investigative branch) cannot appoint an individual such that the individual holds more than one state office, except when explicitly authorized by statutory framework or formal legislative approval.

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