The Electoral Complaints Commission is the independent body established in the Electoral Law to adjudicate all complaints concerning the electoral process. Any person who has a valid interest in the electoral process and who claims that there has been a violation of the law regarding the conduct of the electoral process has the right to file a complaint with the ECC. This means that any registered voter, candidate, observer and political party official, among others, may file a complaint. The ECC may take cases on its own initiative.
There are complaint forms available in each Candidate Nomination Office along with a sealed box where the complaints can be left. Each complaint will be dealt with on an individual and timely basis.