PROCESS TO REMOVE PUBLIC PROTECTOR
1. The public protector, the auditorgeneral or a member of a Commission established by this chapter may be removed from office only on:
(a) the ground of misconduct, incapacity or incompetence;
(b) a finding to that effect by a committee of the National Assembly; and
(c) the adoption by the Assembly of a resolution calling for that person’s removal from office.
(2) A resolution of the National Assembly concerning the removal from office of:
(a) the public protector or the auditor-general must be adopted with a supporting vote of at least two thirds of the members of the Assembly; or
(b) a member of a commission must be adopted with a supporting vote of a majority of the members of the Assembly.
(3) The President:
(a) may suspend a person from office at any time after the start of the proceedings of a committee of the National Assembly for the removal of that person; and
(b) must remove a person from office upon adoption by the Assembly of the resolution calling for that person’s removal.