by Michele Catahay
Guam - Vice-Speaker B.J. Cruz introduced legislation that would amend a law relative to the selection of the Attorney General of Guam. According to his Bill 425, the Attorney General of Guam shall be appointed by the governor for a term of four years or until the end of the term of the appointed governor.
The legislation would also allow the governor to remove the AG for cause. As it stands, the AG is voted in by the people through an election.