The Attorney-General of the Republic of Namibia is appointed in terms of Article 86 of the Namibian Constitution.

In accordance with Article 87 of the Namibian Constitution, the powers and functions of the Attorney-General shall be:

  1. to exercise the final responsibility for the office of the Prosecutor-General;
  2. to be the principal legal adviser to the President and Government;
  3. to take all action necessary for the protection and upholding of the Constitution;
  4. to perform all such functions and duties as may be assigned to the Attorney-General by Act of Parliament.


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