(i) the conduct or supervision of or procedure at an election;
(ii) the activities, in connection with an election, of-
(A) a candidate;
(B) an agent of a candidate or any other person assisting a candidate; or
(C) any other person;
(iii) the conduct or supervision of or procedure relating to the formation of, or the filling of vacancies in the membership of, the Election Committee; (Amended 21 of 2001 s. 58)
(b) without affecting the generality of paragraph (a), guidelines relating to election expenses or the display or use of election advertisements or other publicity material in connection with an election; and
(c) guidelines relating to the procedure for making a complaint referred to in subsection (3).
(2) The Commission shall consult the public in relation to the guidelines referred to in subsection (1), in such manner as it may determine, unless it considers that such consultation is not practicable due to the existence of an urgent need to issue, revoke or amend a guideline.
(3) The Commission shall consider as soon as reasonably practicable, any complaint relating to a guideline issued under subsection (1), and make any decision or, subject to subsection (4), take such action (including the issuing of a reprimand or censure), as it considers appropriate in respect of such a complaint.
(4) Before the Commission reprimands or censures any person under subsection (3), it shall make a reasonable effort to contact that person and give a reasonable opportunity for that person to make representations to the Commission as to why the reprimand or censure should not be issued.