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The survey covered the general elections of 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014. [File photo: Lusa]
Mozambican NGO the Centre for Public Integrity (CIP) has conducted a study on public funding of election campaigns and accountability, as part of its contribution to electoral processes.The survey covered the general elections of 1999, 2004, 2009 and 2014. It focuses on the funding criteria set by the National Election Commission (CNE), the amounts allocated to competing parties and coalitions, the implications of differentiated funding for competitors and on accountability.
The survey presented today is part of the Election Observation Programme.
Mozambique will hold its sixth multiparty general election on October 15 this year, including presidential, parliamentary and provincial elements, and will, for the first time, choose the governors of 10 out of the country’s 11 provinces.Source: Lusa