Article 150: Removal of Deputy President
(1) The Deputy President may be removed from office–
(a) on the ground of physical or mental incapacity to perform the functions of the office; or
(b) on impeachment–
(i) on the ground of a gross violation of a provision of this Constitution or any other law;
(ii) where there are serious reasons to believe that the Deputy President has committed a crime under national or international law; or
(iii) for gross misconduct.
(2) The provisions of Articles 144 and 145 relating to the removal of the President shall apply, with the necessary modifications, to the removal of the Deputy President.
(1) The remuneration and benefits payable to the President and the Deputy President shall be a charge on the Consolidated Fund.
(2) The remuneration, benefits and privileges of the President and Deputy President shall not be varied to their disadvantage while in office.
(3) The retirement benefits payable to a former President and a former Deputy President, the facilities available to and the privileges enjoyed by them, shall not be varied to their disadvantage during their lifetime.