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IAD(2008) 8 Public access to declarations
IAD(2008) 8aHead(s) of State
IAD(2008) 8aiPublic availability
According to Section 7 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000), the register has a confidential and public part. The public part is accessible to the public during office hours of the Secretary of the Cabinet.
IAD(2008) 8aiiTimely posting
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8aiiiClearly identified location
According to Section 7 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000), the President’s asset declaration is located with the Secretary of the Cabinet.
IAD(2008) 8aivReasonable fees for access
No fee is specified for access to the Presidents’ asset declaration.
IAD(2008) 8avLength of records maintenance is specified
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8bMinisters/Cabinet members
IAD(2008) 8biPublic availability
According to Section 7 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000), the register has a confidential and public part. The public part is accessible to the public during office hours of the Secretary of the Cabinet.
IAD(2008) 8biiTimely posting
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8biiiClearly identified location
According to Section 7 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000), Ministers asset declarations are located with the Secretary of the Cabinet.
IAD(2008) 8bivReasonable fees for access
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8bvLength of records maintenance is specified
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8cMembers of Parliament (MPs)
IAD(2008) 8ciPublic availability
According to Section 11 of the Code of Conduct (1997), the ‘public’ part of MPs asset declarations are publicly available on working days during regular office hours.
IAD(2008) 8ciiTimely posting
According to Section 11 of the Code of Conduct (1997), the Register must publish the ‘public’ part of MPs asset declarations during April of each year.
IAD(2008) 8ciiiClearly identified location
According to Section 11 of the Code of Conduct (1997), MPs asset declarations are held with the Registrar.
IAD(2008) 8civReasonable fees for access
No fee is specified for access to MPs asset declarations.
IAD(2008) 8cvLength of records maintenance is specified
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8dCivil Servants
IAD(2008) 8diPublic availability
According to Chapter 3, Section F of the Public Services Regulations (2001) and Section 11 of the Promotion of Access to Information Act (2000), asset declarations are publicly available if a request is made in accordance with the requirements set out in the Promotion of Access to Information Act (2000).
IAD(2008) 8diiTimely posting
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8diiiClearly identified location
According to Chapter 3, Section B of the Public Services Regulations (2001), asset declarations are kept in a in a register called ‘Register of Designated Employees’, by the Director-General Office of the Public Service Commission.
IAD(2008) 8divReasonable fees for access
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8dvLength of records maintenance is specified
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 8eSpouses and children
IAD(2008) 8eiPublic availability
According to Section 7 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000) and Section 9 of the Code of Conduct (1997), information on spouses and children of the President, Ministers and MPs is confidential. According to Section 2 of the Executive Members’ Ethics Act (1998) and Section 5 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000), the President and Ministers are required to include information on spouses and children in their asset declaration. According to Section 1 of the Code of Conduct (1997), MPs are required to include information on spouses and children in their asset declaration.
IAD(2008) 8eiiTimely posting
According to Section 7 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000) and Section 9 of the Code of Conduct (1997), information on spouses and children of the President, Ministers and MPs is confidential.
IAD(2008) 8eiiiClearly identified location
According to Section 7 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000) and Section 9 of the Code of Conduct (1997), information on spouses and children of the President, Ministers and MPs is confidential.
IAD(2008) 8eivReasonable fees for access
According to Section 7 of the Executive Ethics Code (2000) and Section 9 of the Code of Conduct (1997), information on spouses and children of the President, Ministers and MPs is confidential.
IAD(2008) 8evLength of records maintenance is specified
No relevant legal provisions