The ombudsman can warn a body that has violated your right(s) to rectify the violation or the irregularity committed, or even propose that it compensate you for the damage caused.
The ombudsman can request the Constitutional Court to review the constitutionality and legality of specific regulations or acts in your name and with your authorisation, or file a constitutional complaint about a rights violation.
He can submit suggestions for changes to statutes and other regulations to Parliament or the Government.
He may also propose to all bodies that fall within his competence that they improve their dealings with clients.
The ombudsman may give his opinion on any case involving the violation of rights and freedoms. It does not matter what kind of proceeding is involved, or what phase the proceeding is at before the body concerned.