Legislation on political party and campaign finance should be clear and unambiguous.
- State authorities must observe their duty of neutrality. In particular, this concerns: iv. funding of parties and candidates.
- Legislation should be stated in clear and unambiguous language.
- Campaign financing should be transparent, and there should be clear legislation or rules governing campaign financing.
- The ideal requirements for political finance regulation in post-conflict societies listed below should be viewed as goals for the international community to achieve given the challenging constraints in which they are operating. There are three key requirements in the areas of legal framework, resources for political actors and institutions...1. A legal framework for political finance regulation—contained in the electoral law, the political parties law or a separate political finance law—should include: Provisions that are clear, simple and unambiguous and supplemented by implementing regulations issued by the election management body or special body for political finance regulation.