No political broadcast, election advertising or political announcement is permitted on a polling day.
A political broadcast or political announcement shall not include –
a. any matter in contravention of the Laws of the Islands;
b. any abusive comment upon any race or religion;
c. any blasphemous, obscene, indecent or profane matter;
d. any scandalous or defamatory matter;
e. any scenes of nudity, eroticism, crime or violence;
f. any scenes or sounds of private grief or human suffering; or
g. any harrowing sights or sounds.
Political advertisements, broadcasts or announcements, must include:
(a) the name of the political party or candidate (as the case may be) responsible for the broadcast or announcement; and
(b) the fact that the broadcast or announcement has been paid for.
A political party or a candidate may advertise the broadcasting of a programme under this Part within the period commencing at the pre-recording of the programme and ending at the broadcasting of such programme.
Contravention of this Elections Advertising/Broadcasting provisions are illegal. Please refer to part IV of the Elections Law for the full provision.