Oversight of Election Campaign and Political Party Financing

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12.2.2016
National Audit Office's report to Parliament on the monitoring of the funding of political parties in 2016

17.12.2015
Report of the National Audit Office to Parliament on the supervision of election campaign funding in the 2015 parliamentary elections.

22.7.2015
The election funding disclosures for the elections to the European Parliament will remain publicly available for six years from the confirmation of the election results. The results of the 2009 elections to the European Parliament were confirmed on 10 June 2009, which means that the disclosures for these elections are no longer publicly available.

The National Audit Office (NAO) oversees election campaign and political party funding and receives and publishes documents specified in the Act on Political Parties and the Act on a Candidate's Election Funding.

Disclosures: Election campaign funding

Disclosures by election

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Disclosures by individual

Disclosures: Political party funding

Financial statements of political parties and their district organisations

Disclosures of donors giving more than 1500 €

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Affiliated entities reported by political parties

On these pages, you will find the disclosures filed by individual candidates and political parties, election funding disclosures for each election and the financial statements of individual political parties. The National Audit Office has been responsible for the oversight of election campaign funding since 1 May 2009 and for the oversight of political party funding since 1 September 2010. From the year 2000 until the end of April 2009, the election funding disclosures for municipal elections were filed with the central election committees of individual municipalities and in other elections with the Ministry of Justice. For more information about the election results and information services, political parties, registration of a political party, general elections and the manner in which they are conducted, go to the vaalit.fi website of the Ministry of Justice