Wednesday April 1, 2020

Report calls for political spending to be ‘more tightly monitored’

International observers who monitored the May general election have recommended to the government that spending by political parties be more closely monitored, as current campaign spending laws are considered to be largely ineffective.

13th October, 2007

International observers who monitored the May general election have recommended to the government that spending by political parties be more closely monitored, as current campaign spending laws are considered to be largely ineffective.

Officials from the Organisation for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) were invited by the Department of Foreign Affairs to monitor the general election.

Observers were stationed around the country and their report - a copy of which has been seen by...

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