(1) Every person is guilty of a corrupt practice who commits the offence of bribery.
(2) Every person commits the offence of bribery who, directly or indirectly, by
himself or herself or by any other person on his or her behalf—
(a) gives any money or procures any office to or for any voter, or to or for
any other person on behalf of any voter, or to or for any other person, in
order to induce any voter to vote or refrain from voting; or
(b) corruptly does any such act as aforesaid on account of any voter having
voted or refrained from voting; or
(c) makes any such gift or procurement as aforesaid to or for any person in
order to induce that person to procure, or endeavour to procure, the
return of any person or candidates at an election or the vote of any
or who, upon or in consequence of any such gift or procurement as aforesaid,
procures, or engages, promises, or endeavours to procure, the return of any person
or candidates at any election or the vote of any voter.
Source: Art. 216(1-2), Electoral Act 1993, (amended 2020)