Der unabhängige Staatsanwalt mit sechs Jahren Amtszeit hätte weitreichende
Befugnisse, um Veruntreuung öffentlicher Gelder und Korruption zu untersuchen
und Anklage zu erheben; nur der Kongress könnte ihn mit Zweidrittelsmehrheit
Obligatorisches Verfassungsreferendum nach Kap. XIV Art. 1. Zur Annahme müssen
mindestens drei Viertel der Stimmenden in mindestens drei der vier Staaten dem
Die landesweite Summe der Stimmen hat auf das Ergebnis keinen Einfluss.
Kap. XII Art. 4 (neu)
"Section 4. (a) The Office of the Independent Prosecutor is hereby established.
(b) The President shall appoint an Independent Prosecutor, with the advice and
consent of 2/3 of the members of Congress, to serve for a term of six (6) years
and until a successor is appointed and confirmed. The Independent Prosecutor
shall not be reappointed to a consecutive term. The President shall appoint the
first Independent Prosecutor within one hundred eighty (180) days of the effective
date of this section.
(c) If the President does not appoint the Independent Prosecutor within the one
hundred eighty (180) days, the Chief Justice shall immediately appoint an acting
Independent Prosecutor to serve until a successor is appointed by the President
with the advice and consent of Congress.
(d) The Independent Prosecutor has the exclusive authority to:
(i) investigate and prosecute any person or entity, whether private or public,
or any official of the national, state, or local government for the commission
of any national offense relating to national funds;
(ii) investigate and prosecute any official of the national government for the
commission of any offense involving public corruption; and
(iii) investigate and prosecute any person for any offense of obstruction or
perjury committed in connection with an investigation or prosecution by the
In the event of a conflict of interest inhibiting the investigation or
prosecutorial capability of the Independent Prosecutor or the office, the Chief
Justice shall appoint special counsel to investigate and prosecute the specific
cases that are affected by such conflict of interest.
(e) The Independent Prosecutor may compel witness testimony and production of
documents by subpoena effect lawful search and seizure, and exercise such other
powers as may be necessary to the investigation or prosecution. The powers and
qualifications of the Independent Prosecutor may be prescribed by statute.
(f) The Office of the Independent Prosecutor shall be independent of administrative
control. The Office shall be adequately funded by Congress. No statute, regulation,
or directive shall be enacted or enforced which has the effect of reducing or
eliminating the independence, power, or capability of that Office. The compensation
of the Independent Prosecutor and staff shall not be reduced during the term in
office. The Independent Prosecutor shall report at least once a year to the
President and Congress.
(g) The Independent Prosecutor may be removed from office for good cause by the
President with a 2/3 vote of the members of Congress. Upon removal of the
Independent Prosecutor or vacancy in the position, the Chief Justice shall
immediately appoint an acting Independent Prosecutor to serve until a successor
is appointed by the President with the advice and consent of 2/3 of the members