Calling for a scrutinising
chamber, he argues that alongside random members of the public there should be non-party affiliated experts representatives of businesses, community groups, schools and colleges.
Its roles as representative of the people - the principal stakeholders in elections - and scrutiniser of government, allow for oversight that is integral to state structures, setting it apart from other scrutinising
agents such as observer groups.
That goes beyond the requirements laid down in the 2006 Government of Wales Act concerning the scrutinising
Its 30-member team is expected to take at least six months to restate the accounts as it will be scrutinising
the books for last seven years.
The article also said he was criticised for not scrutinising
the multi-million pound bonus award at Newcastle Airport.
The education department of the government scrutinising
public and private schools to raise education standards is a welcome development to the education sector.
The opposition group claims it was stripped of the chairmanship of the important social services panel as it was doing its job of scrutinising the department too well.
He said: "I believe we have been punished for properly scrutinising social services and raising our concerns.
IMC monitors will be scrutinising
their every move to see if they live up to their promise.
According to Reuters, the inspector general for the Federal Housing Finance Agency, a US federal regulator, has said that Freddie Mac will recover billions after scrutinising
soured loans it had purchased from US banks.
Does she go shopping under tight guidelines or do her housekeeping by scrutinising
tenders for a window cleaner?
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The fact is the SDLP were not even up to scrutinising
their own departments when they had full charge of them.