Tuvalu’s Constitution of 1986 with Amendments through 2010
Article 22. 2. If a person is charged with an offence, unless the charge is withdrawn he shall be given a fair hearing within a reasonable time by an independent and impartial court established by law.
Attorney General’s Office
Article 79. 1. An office of Attorney-General for Tuvalu is established as an office in the Public Service. 2. The Attorney-General shall be appointed in accordance with section 159 (4) (a) (which relates to the appointment of the Attorney-General). 3. The Attorney-General is the principal legal adviser to the Government, and has such other functions as are prescribed. 4. A person is not qualified to hold or to act in the office of Attorney-General unless he is entitled to practise before the High Court. […]
Article 159. 4. a. shall be appointed by the Head of State acting in accordance with the advice of the Cabinet given after consultation with the Public Service Commission; and b. may be suspended or removed from office in accordance with Division 5 (Removal, etc., of Certain Officials).