A special tribunal of senior judges will be set up to conduct as quickly as possible comprehensive and fair trials related to corruption. The court will consist of 7 members that will be drawn from among the top judges of the judicial system. The verdict of the court will be final and immediately enforceable
Justice will handle all cases involving politicians without interference by Parliament. Investigations will be conducted by the appropriate magistrates and, if indictments are warranted, the cases will be sent directly to the appropriate courts. Today, even though Justice uncovers crimes and forwards the corresponding documentation to the Parliament, Parliament regulations require the signatures of 30 members to proceed to prosecution, so bipartisanship takes over and the cases are covered up and buried.
The bank accounts of all those who have served in positions of trust must become accessible to all. This includes members of parliament, ministers, presidents and members of trade unions, chairmen and board members of State organizations and companies, managers of State-controlled banks, Tax Office managers, bishops, abbots of monasteries, urban planning staff, prefects, mayors, managers of agricultural cooperatives, chairmen and board members of non-governmental associations that have received state funding...
The statute of limitations for politicians will be abolished. A minister will be responsible for his/her actions throughout his/her lifetime, as it applies to common citizens for acts of felony. Only misdemeanors will be dismissed after 10 years. Article 86 of the Constitution, which provides immunity to members of parliament and ministers will be repealed.