57.1.19. For the purposes of his or her mandate, the inspector general may designate, in writing, an assistant from among his or her personnel.
Only a person who meets the requirements set out in sections 57.1.2 and 57.1.3 may be designated as an assistant.
The designation is valid for a period of not more than five years and is non-renewable.
The assistant shall perform the duties of office exclusively and on a full-time basis.
The assistant has the same powers and rights as the inspector general and is subject to the same obligations.
In addition, the inspector general may designate, in writing, a person from among his or her personnel to perform the following duties:
(1) the duties set out in the first and third paragraphs of section 57.1.8;
(2) the verification of the implementation of the measures adopted under the second paragraph of section 57.1.8;
(3) the duties set out in section 57.1.9.
In the performance of his or her duties, a person designated under the sixth paragraph is subject to the same obligations as the inspector general.