Political Contributions Regime Annual Report for 2013 now available on line
Halifax, NS) – The 2013 Political Contributions Regime Annual Report was released today.
The publication contains disclosure statements filed by the registered political parties and their electoral district associations for the 2013 calendar year. The law requires that the statements disclose the names and addresses of all contributors who contributed more than $200 during the 2013 calendar year. Included in the report with the statements are the annual reports of the recognized political parties summarizing official income tax receipts issued for 2013 as well as analysis of the political contribution regime.
Disclosure is made by Richard P. Temporale, Chief Electoral Officer and designated person in accordance with the Elections Act.
“Timeliness of filing remains problematic but overall, continues to improve,” said Mr. Temporale. “The quality of reports filed has also improved.”
Elections Nova Scotia provides support to official agents of candidates and registered parties, including financial support to electoral district associations, to assist them in record keeping and in meeting their reporting obligations.
For further information, contact:
Dana Phillip Doiron
Director, Policy and Communications