173.712.243 regulation of the supervisory authority of the public prosecutor of the Confederation from November 4, 2010 (Status January 1, 2011) the supervisory authority of the public prosecutor of the Confederation (supervisory authority), see art. 27, al. 1, of the Federal law of 19 March 2010 on the Organization of the criminal justice authorities of the Confederation (LOAP), see art. 6, al. 2, of the Ordinance of the Federal Assembly of October 1, 2010, concerning the Organization and the tasks of the supervisory authority of the public prosecutor of the Confederation, stop: Section 1 tasks and Organization art. 1 tasks of the supervisory authority the supervisory authority perform the tasks under art. 29-31 LOAP.
Art. 2 decisions the supervisory authority may validly deliberate if a majority of its members is present.
It takes its decisions by a majority of the voting members.
In an emergency, it may take decisions by way of circulation or by electronic means.
In case of equality of votes, the vote of the president is decisive.
Art. 3 delegation of tasks the supervisory authority may establish working groups entrusted with specific tasks.
It can delegate the preparation of decisions and procedures training to one or more of its members.
She may entrust inspections to a delegation composed of at least three of its members.
Art. 4 experts the supervisory authority can appeal to Swiss and foreign experts.
Experts are subject to secrecy like the members of the supervisory authority.
Art. 5 disciplinary procedure disciplinary proceedings under art. 31, al. 2, LOAP is governed by arts. 16 to 19 of the Ordinance of the Federal Assembly of October 1, 2010, concerning the Organization and the tasks of the supervisory authority of the public prosecutor of the Confederation and, subsidiarily, by the Federal Act of 20 December 1968 on administrative procedure.
RS 172.021 art. 6 recusal of the supervisory authority shall inform the president of any grounds for disqualification.
If the recusation is challenged, the decision is made by the supervisory authority in the absence of the Member concerned.
For the rest, the art. 56 to 60 of the code of criminal procedure are applicable by analogy.
RS 312.0 Section 2 President art. 7. the Chairperson is responsible for the following tasks: a. to represent the outside supervisory authority; b. direct the meetings of the supervisory authority; c. organize and monitor the secretariat; d. do report to the regulator on the market of business; (e) approve the Bills; f. negotiate administrative or logistical services with federal services agreements; g. assume other tasks entrusted to it by this regulation.
In case of impediment, he is replaced by the vice-president.
Section 3 Secretariat art. 8 Organization the secretariat consists of a Secretary and, where appropriate, other collaborators.
The supervisory authority committed the Secretary and other employees and decides the terms of engagement. The Act of March 24, 2000, on the staff of the Confederation is the normative act of reference.
The secretariat headquarters is in Berne.
SR 172.220.1 art. 9 tasks the secretariat assists physically and administratively the supervisory authority.
It is responsible, including the following: a. deal with current affairs; b. organize meetings and prepare minutes; c. participate in instruction of procedures under the direction of the president or the Member representative; d. draft reports and decisions; e. hold accounts; f. prepare the budget and the annual accounts of the supervisory authority; g. manage archives.
Art. 10 status members of the secretariat are subject to secrecy.
Decisions of the supervisory work reporting authority may be appealed to the federal administrative court.
Section 4 Information art. 11. the supervisory authority approves the annual activity report for the Federal Assembly.
It informs the public of its activities.
Section 5 entry into force art. 12 this Regulation comes into force on January 1, 2011.
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