The Office of the Ombudsman is a Public body established under the Malawi Constitution section 123 to investigate any and all cases where it is alleged that a person has suffered injustices and it does not appear that there is any remedy reasonably available by way of appeal from court or where there is no other practicable remedy.
The complaint must be about any act or omission which may be deemed unjust, unfair, unreasonable or unacceptable in an open and democratic society. The complaint must be lodged to the Ombudsman after exhausting all internal complaints procedures within an organization complained against or/and its supervisory authorities or where the internal procedures could be deemed ineffective. If any of the two grounds of lodging the complaint exist, [proceed to lodge complaint]"
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