Posted On 29 May 2014
A further period of fifteen days, have the economic movement managers of the last political campaign who still do not have the inflows and outflows liquidation of electoral expenditure, obligation established in the code of democracy.
In total, the National Electoral Council (CNE) must receive 7.520 record campaign accounts from 590 responsible officials of the economic management registered in that Council and in the provincial offices.
Liliana García, Deputy National Director of Election expenditure, explained that the Council under her charge will need two years to make the examination of those accounts. This includes an analysis of the documentation submitted and a crossroads of information gathered by the CNE, before and during the election campaign, because there would be data of unauthorized advertizing in media.
According to article 230 of the Democracy Code, those responsible for the economic movement have 90 days from the close of the elections to settle accounts. The term ended in May 24.
However, article 231 of the standard allows to grant an additional period of 15 days to provide the information.
The sanction given to the person who fails to comply with the clearance of the accounts of the campaign, according to article 275 of the Act, is a fine of 1 to 10 unified basic wages and the loss of political rights up to 1 year.