Code of Conduct for Lobbyists
The Code of Conduct for Lobbyists enacts behaviour standards that should govern and guide lobbyists in fostering transparency and ensuring that lobbying activities are properly conducted. The code, which came into force on March 4, 2004, was developed and adopted by the Lobbyists Commissioner.
This code states the relevant values and specifies the obligations of lobbyists in their relations with public office holders (elected officials or government employees):
Lobbyists must respect the Code of Conduct for Lobbyists. If they fait to do so they are liable to penal sanctions.
- respect for institutions;
Consult the unabridged version of the Code of Conduct for Lobbyists.