The State will finance statutory activity of political parties, which is not related to elections, and compensate for the electoral campaign in regular and snap parliament elections.
Annual volume of financing is calculated by multiplying two-hundredths of minimal wage as of January 1 of the year before the allocation of funds by the total number of voters in previous elections within the state multi-mandate constituency.
Funding shall only be provided to parties which gained over 3% of votes within the state constituency in previous elections.
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The draft law also stipulates penalties for misreporting information on funding and spending.