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Financing political campaigns


To achieve their political goals, political parties can generate revenue from a variety of sources. Specifically, from a property in its ownership, membership fees, publishing activities, voluntary contributions that can be donated by legal and natural persons, the sale of propaganda material, the organization of party events, and other legally permitted sources.

The most important source of funding for parliamentary political parties is precisely through the state budget and the budgets of self-government units, ie political parties are allocated public money for their activities. In the Republic of Croatia, there are no monetary restrictions on spending in election campaigns.

In some European countries, political parties cannot receive donations from legal entities to prevent rich individuals from influencing the election process and ultimately the election results, but this is not the case in the Republic of Croatia.

The State Election Commission supervises the financing of political parties through the collection, publication, and control of annual financial reports, which the Committee on the Constitution, Rules of Procedure, and the Political System of the Croatian Parliament are obliged to adopt after the end of the year. Also, the State Audit Office and the Ministry of Finance control the financing of political parties in the Republic of Croatia. To make the financing of political parties transparent and accessible to the general public, the State Election Commission publishes the collected data on its website.

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