Constitutional Provision

Article 101

The Auditor General

  1. The Auditor General shall, upon recommendation of the Prime Minister, be appointed by the House of Peoples’ Representatives.
  2. The Auditor General shall audit and inspect the accounts of ministries and other agencies of the Federal Government to ensure that expenditures are properly made for activities carried out during the fiscal year and in accordance with the approved allocations, and submit his reports thereon to the House of Peoples’ Representatives.
  3. The Auditor General shall draw up and submit for approval to the House of Peoples’ Representatives his office’s annual budget.
  4. The details of functions of the Auditor General shall be determined by law.