Removal from office
REMOVAL FROM OFFICE
A- The Chief Executive may be removed from his office by virtue of a decree prior to the expiry of his term in pursuance to a recommendation of the majority of the members of the Board of Directors, if he has seriously violated the requirements of his office, failed to fulfill his duties effectively and with competence, or has violated the allegiance to honesty and rectitude.
B- It is mandatory for the Board of Directors to enable the Chief Executive to state his defenses, in a separate record prior to the issue of recommendation. In the event that such recommendation advised the removal of the Chief Executive, the latter shall continue to fulfill his duties and exercise his authority until a decree of his removal from office is issued, provided that , the Board of Directors did not decide otherwise, or the removal was due to the violation of allegiance to honesty and rectitude.
Last Update: Sunday 14 February 2010