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What is and what is not allowed during Election Campaigning

Published: July 2, 2013 | 10:40 am
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What is legal for the presidential hopefuls to do during the election campaign process, and what is not? Making use of funds from the State Budget for campaigning purposes is not allowed. This includes both printed material, and television advertising that mentions a candidate’s electoral number. All candidates should have equal opportunities. A full list of buildings to be used for campaigning purposes is to be compiled and presented to the local Electoral Commission within 10 days of the official announcement of the date of the elections. Furthermore, should broadcasters choose to broadcast commercial election-related advertising, they will be legally obliged to also broadcast some of the political advertising for free.

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