ACC Spokesman Timothy Moono told a media briefing that these cases relate to suspicion in the manner some of the Grade Twelve Certificates were obtained as well as how some National Registration Cards were acquired by some candidates.
Mr Moono said the cases also include allegations of bribery during the adoption process of some candidates.
He said investigations have been instituted in two cases and the investigations are still on-going.
“Three cases have been referred for administrative action as the information fell short of the need to institute investigations. The Commission wishes to strongly advise political party players to respect the rule of law by desisting from vote buying or bribing electorates to influence them to vote in a certain pattern as well as giving gifts, loans or other material things as inducements or gratification to voters,” Mr Moono said.
He said the Commission will also continue to engage political parties on the best ways to devise transparent adoption systems for the future that minimizes opportunities for corruption.
“In this period of political campaigns, the Commission wishes to encourage members of the public to report suspected cases of electoral corruption and warns that any person found wanting with regard to such cases will be dealt with sternly.
The Commission will endeavor to monitor the campaigns with the available resources.”