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Constitutional Reform Act 2005

The Judicial Appointments and Conduct Ombudsman

396.The Ombudsman’s office will have a minimal effect on public service manpower and will be staffed by existing civil servants from the Department of Constitutional Affairs. The estimated workload of the Ombudsman’s office is still under evaluation but it is thought that there will be a need for between 6 and 14 staff.

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