Complaints to the Commission
A person who has reasonable grounds to believe that a person in public life is in breach of any provision of the Code of Conduct may make a complaint in writing to the Commission and shall state in the complaint the particulars of the breach including-
(a) the period within which the breach was committed; and
(b) the names and addresses of person involved in the commission of the breach.
A person making a complaint shall produce to the Commission-
(a) evidence to support the complaint including documentary evidence and sworn statements; and
(b) such other particulars as may be prescribed.
A person making a complaint shall not be liable in civil or criminal proceedings unless it is proved that the complaint was not made in good faith.