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What kind of information does the President have access to?



The President is entitled to all information that the Cabinet and the boards of the Fifth Schedule entities are entitled to.   The President is entitled to ask Ministers, Permanent Secretaries and senior public officers and any of the board members, directors or CEOs of the Fifth Schedule entities for such information. When asked, all these persons are duty bound to supply the information requested. The President has full information about the size of the reserves (including a listing of physical assets like land) and the performance of the investment entities. Each year, the Accountant-General prepares and submits the Governments financial statements to the President. These statements are independently audited by the Auditor-General.

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