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Comparative analysis on the most expensive Election Campaign 2009 - 2013

Open Data Albania has conducted a research regarding expenditures in election campaigns held in the years 2009 - 2013, placing the values declared in a comparative position. The research is based on official data from the audit reports of the accounting experts. The most expensive campaign is the campaign for the Assembly elections held in 2013. The second most costly campaign is the one of 2009 for local government elections, and the less costly compared to these three campaigns, is the one of the year 2011.

Values for 2013 Election Campaign Donations

Open Data Albania is exploring the Private Donations of the Election Campaign 2013. The research is based on official data of the audit reports from the political party?s auditors. The conditions for donations in favor of political parties, has been defined in Section 89 of the Electoral Code by the legislature. In the last election campaign, 50 % of financial resources are private donations.

SP - 2009 Electoral Funds and Expenses

The Socialist Party of Albania (SP) is one of the parliamentary political parties competing in the 2009 Parliamentary Elections. SP has submitted for auditing comprehensive balance sheets of its collected and spent funds after the completion of the election process. The electoral finances of this political party consist in public and non-public funds and also in the electoral subject?s own funds.

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The Democratic Party - 2009 Electoral Funds and Expenses

The Democratic Party of Albania is one of the parliamentary political parties competing in the 2009 Parliamentary Elections. DP has submitted for auditing comprehensive balance sheets of its collected and spent funds after the completion of the election process. The electoral finances of this political party consist in public and non-public funds and also in the electoral subject?s own funds.

Outstanding financial obligations of political parties participating in the 2009 electoral campaign

Open Data Albania has conducted a research into the companies and individuals, who have supplied services during the electoral campaign without being financially compensated for the same. The research presents the indebted subjects, the uncompensated companies or individuals, and the respective values of uncompensated services. The subjects that have not been compensated for the services rendered are mainly media companies that have provided the political parties with TV airtime for political spots.

Electoral funds by type of financing - 2009 Electoral Campaign

Open Data Albania is providing for a summary accounting balance sheet of the Funds from the 2009 Electoral Campaign. Official data taken from the reports of certified accountants are used in order to assess the various types of electoral financing.

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Parliamentary Parties - 2009 Electoral Funds

The parliamentary parties are highly important subjects in the context of the Electoral Funds and Expenses. As such they benefit from public funds, and at the same time they can draw on the funds collected over the years. Parliamentary parties are considered the ones that, in the previous parliamentary elections, have won and hold at least one MP seat in the Assembly. In the 2009 Parliamentary Elections, parliamentary parties are DP, SP, SMI, PJIU, RP, SDP, AEP, DA, HRUP, DCP, SDY, and LDU.

The Socialist Movement for Integration - 2009 Electoral Funds and Expenses

The Socialist Movement for Integration (SMI) is one of the parliamentary political parties competing in the 2009 parliamentary elections. SMI has submitted for auditing comprehensive balance sheets of its collected and spent funds after the completion of the election process. The electoral finances of this political party consist in public and non-public funds.

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