Equatorial Guinea’s Constitution of 1991 with Amendments through 2012
Article 89. The Judicial Power is independent of the Legislative Power and of the Executive Power. It exercises the jurisdictional function of the State.
Judicial Council or Parallel Institution
Article 96 1. The Superior Council of the Judicial Power is the organ of Government of it. It is composed of a President of the Republic and six members appointed by the Head of State among notable persons of recognized competence and moral solvency, for a period of five years. 2. An organic law shall regulate the structure of the Superior Council of the Judicial Power, its functioning and the juridical statute of its members.
Attorney General’s Office
Article 99. The Office of the Attorney General of the Republic has its main mission to see the strict compliance with the legality and other provisions by all the organs of the State, the regions, provinces, districts, and municipalities, as well as the citizens and foreigners living in the Country.