How does the Commissioner for Human Rights and his Office work?
The Commissioner for Human Rights checks the facts presented by a complainant, but may also request another supervisory body to investigate the case;
Having examined the case and confirmed that human and citizen rights or freedoms have been infringed, the Commissioner for Human Rights refers the request to the competent authority, organisation or institution whose actions led to the infringement, or to a superior authority to ensure redress for the infringement, and monitors implementation of the recommended actions;
The Commissioner for Human Rights decides about selecting and implementing a particular legal measure solely on the basis on his own evaluation of the case. The Commissioner is not bound by the Code of Administrative Procedure to meet the time limits of case examination. No measure of appeal is available, if the Commissioner decides to reject a request.