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Most expensive election campaign. Comparative study into the 2009 and 2011 electoral campaigns

Open Data Albania has conducted a research into the funds and expenses in the 2009 and 2011 electoral campaigns, comparing them to one another. The research is based on the official data recorded in the auditing reports of certified accountants. R

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 complet

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Electoral funds by type of financing - 2011 Electoral Campaign

Open Data Albania is providing for the first time ever a summary accounting balance sheet of the Funds from the 2011 Electoral Campaign. The auditing of finances of political parties and other electoral subjects is a new process, dating back to th

Legal irregularities in the course of the Financial Auditing of the 2011 Electoral Funds and Expenses.

Open Data Albania has conducted a research into the legal irregularities observed in the course of the financial auditing in the 2011 Electoral Campaign. The auditing of electoral subjects? finances is a new concept and legal practice in the Repub

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List of Donors for the 2011 Electoral Campaign

Donors of political parties campaigns cab be either natural or physical persons. Donors, however, must always be local people. Donations from foreign citizens or entities are not allowed. Donors may not donate more than one million leks. Based on

Parliamentary Parties - 2011 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