Directors of a mutual company,
are obliged to exercise their powers and duties in good faith, in the best
interests of the company and for a proper purpose.
This means that they
must hold an honest and reasonable belief that the
actions they are taking are in the best interests of the mutual company.
Directors are under constant surveillance to do so and at
risk of being sued or prosecuted if they don’t.
We should expect the same from our politicians and public
servants in duty to the country - and have better means of bringing them to