The President of the Investigative Branch

For each unit of state, an office of president of the investigative branch is established. The president of the investigative branch is directly elected by those residents eligible to vote for legislative candidates in the corresponding legislature.

The president of the investigative branch coordinates at the broadest level the monitoring of compliance with the law within the unit of state of which he is the president of the investigative branch, and the corresponding geographic region.

No one can be president of the investigative branch of a particular unit of state for more than two terms consecutively.



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