Answer ... The decisions of the Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC) are administrative executive acts. An aggrieved party with a legitimate interest that seeks to annul a CPC decision has the right to pursue an administrative recourse. In exercising its powers, the court will assess, among other things:
- the actions or failure of the CPC;
- whether sufficient reasons have been provided for the decision; and
- whether any equality and impartiality principles have been breached.
Answer ... The decisions of the CPC may be appealed by third parties, provided that such third parties have a legitimate interest.