The arranged institutions made in the constitution of a country in order to carry out additional functions are called constitutional organs. Legislature, executive and judiciary only cannot handle every sector required for the well-being of the nation. So, some of the bodies are included in the constitution to carry out daily administration:
Commission for the Investigation of Abuse of Authority:
Provision in the Interim Constitution:There is the provision of CIAA in part 11(Article 119-121) of the Interim Constitution of 2063.Formation and Appointment:There is a chief commissioner and other commissioners who are appointed by the President under the recommendation of Constitutional Council.
Tenure:The minimum age required is 45 years. Their tenure is 6 years and the retirement age if 65 years.
i. Should be a graduate from a recognized university.
ii. Should not be affiliated to any party during the time of appointment.
iii. At least 20 years experience in the field of accounting, revenue, engineering, law, etc.Functions
iv. To decide whether to or not to initiate proceedings in any case on the behalf of Nepal Government or in any other judicial institutions.