Superior Court of Auditors

Superior Court of Auditors

Superior Court of Auditors

Superior Court of Auditors

- Constitution of Haiti

Superior Court of Auditors

Chapter II - The Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes
Article 200:

The Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes is an independent and autonomous financial and administrative court. It is responsible for administrative and jurisdictional control of Government receipts and expenditures, verification of the accounts of the Government enterprises and of the territorial divisions.

Article 200-1:

The Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes hears cases against the State and the territorial divisions, the Administration and Government officials, public services and citizens.

Article 200-2:

Its decisions ate not subject to appeal, except to the Supreme Court.

Article 200-3:

the Supreme Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes comprises two (2) sections:

1. The Financial Control Section

2. The Administrative Disputes Section.

Article 200-4:

The Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes participates in drawing up the budget and is consulted on all matters concerning legislation on public finances and on all draft financial or commercial contracts, agreements and conventions to which the State is a party. It has the right to conduct audits in all Government agencies.

Article 200-5:

Members of the Superior Court of auditors and Administrative Disputes must:

a. Be Haitians and never have renounced their nationality;

b. Have attained thirty-five (35) years of age;

c. Have been relieved of their responsibilities of they have been handling public funds;

d. Have a Bachelor of Law degree, be a certified public accountant or hold an advanced degree in government administration, economics or public finance;

e. Have five (5) years experience in public or private administration;

f. Enjoy civil and political rights.

Article 200-6:

Candidates for membership on the Court shall submit their applications directly to the Office of the Senate of the Republic. The Senate elects the ten (10) members of the Court, who select the Court's President and Vice President form among them.

Article 201:

Court members have a ten (10) year term and may not be removed

Article 202:

Before taking office, the members of the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative disputes shall take the following oath before a section of the Supreme Court:

"I swear to respect the Constitution and the laws of the Republic, to discharge my duties properly and loyally and to conduct myself at all times with dignity".

Article 203:

Members of the Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes are under the jurisdiction of the High Court of Justice for any serious offenses committed in the discharge of their duties.

Article 204:

The Superior Court of Auditors and Administrative Disputes shall submit each year to the Legislature within thirty (30) days following the opening of the first legislative session a complete report on the country's financial situation and on the efficacy of Government expenditures.

Article 205:

The organization of the above-mentioned court, its membership regulations and its mode of operation are established by law.

Constitution of Haiti

Republic of Haiti
Haitian Nationality
Nature of the Citizenship
Basic Rights
Right to life and Health
Individual Liberty
Freedom of Expression
Freedom of Conscience
Freedom of assembly and Association
Education and Teaching
Freedom to Work
Right to Information
Right to Security
Duties of the Citizen
National Sovereignty
Territorial Divisions And Decentralization
Communal Sections
Delegates and Vice Presidents
Interdepartamental Council
Legislative Branch
House of Deputies
National Assembly
Exercise of Legislative Power
Executive Branch
President of the Republic
Duties of the President of the Republic
Powers of The Prime Minister
Ministers and Secretaries of State
High Court of Justice
Independent Institutions
Permanent Electoral Council
Superior Court of Auditors
Conciliation Comission
Protection of Citizens
University Academy Culture
Public Finance
Civil Service
Economics and Agriculture
Armed Forces and the Police Force
Armed Forces
Police Forces
General Provisions
Amendments to the Constitution
Temporary Provisions
Final Provisions
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