COMMISSION ON HUMAN RIGHTS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION / INTEGRITY

LODGE A COMPLAINT


Integrity Mandate

Section 243 (1) mandates the Commission to receive declarations from time to time and enforce the Leadership Code of Conduct (LCC).

Declaration of assets

In compliance with international obligations, Eswatini established the Leadership Code to lay the threshold on what is expected from those in leadership. This is contained in the Part XVI of the Constitution of the Kingdom of Eswatini which articulates the Leadership Code of Conduct seeks to ensure that those in leadership whether elective or appointive-

Who should declare

Public officials as outlined in Section 241(2) of the Constitution.

Which authority is responsible for executing declaration

In terms of the Constitution, the Commission is responsible for receiving declarations of assets and liabilities of persons listed in section 241(2), for enforcing the Code and supervising all matters connected with the Code.

Section 241(3) obliges the Commissioner and Deputy Commissioners of the Integrity Commission to make their declarations to the Judicial Service Commission.

When is declaration done

The written declaration is to be made in three stages which are:

What to Declare

Failure to comply with the code

An officer who contravenes the code may, after due process of the law, be:

Please click the download button below to download the declaration form. Fill in the form and email it to integrity@chrpa.org