Eswatini Commission on Human Rights and Public Administration Integrity
To be a relevant and effective commission in a just society in which the principles of human rights and good governance are observed, practiced and preserved.
The Commission has a three-fold function being;
1. Human Rights
2. Public administration
The Commission is empowered under section 164(1) to investigate complains concerning alleged violations of fundamentals rights and freedoms under the constitution.
The Commission is empowered to investigate complains of injustice, corruption, abuse of power in office and unfair treatment of any person by a public officer in the exercise of official duties. It is also empowered to investigate complains concerning the functioning of any public service , service commission, administrative of organ of government, the armed forces, in so far as the complains relate to the failure to achieve an acceptable delivery of service or the recruitment to those services or fair administration by those services.
Chapter 14 of the Constitution establishes a leadership code of conduct that seeks to ensure that those in leadership whether elective or appointed are transparent in their activities and accountable to the people they represent or serve, are committed to the rule of law and administrative justice, adhere the principle of service for common goal, do not abuse office and do not engaged in a conduct that is likely to lead corruption in public affairs.
P.O. Box 8795
Tel : (+268) 24049829/24047625/24049152
Fax : (268) 2404 9374