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The Humanist Party spent a large part of the budget for the elections on list delegates

The Humanist Party of Angola (PHA) announced that it used all the funds made available by the State for the electoral campaign, mostly to pay list delegates, and delivered the report to the National Electoral Commission (CNE).

: Ampe Rogério
Ampe Rogério  

The management report and accountability of all expenditure made by the PHA, during the electoral campaign, which took place between 24 July and 22 August, with a view to the suffrage of 24 August, was delivered this Wednesday to the CNE, in Luanda, in 34 folders.

After the delivery and formalization of the act of receipt of documents by the electoral body, between invoices and payment notes, the representative of the PHA, the party that elected two deputies for the 2022-2027 legislature, highlighted the importance of the act.

According to Simba Lualua, the party led by Bela Malaquias spent all the money made available by the state for the electoral campaign, 1,112 million kwanzas, and a large part of it was used to pay the list delegates, who worked in the 18 provinces.

The official also stressed that "strictly" all expenses are described in the report and expects the CNE to properly evaluate the documents.

"We have rigorously presented all of the expenses we made during the electoral campaign phase, the CNE will of course inspect, will appreciate the entire dossier that we brought today and if it finds any irregularities, it can notify the party to correct any irregularities", he replied to Lusa.

The Humanist Party of Angola was the first of eight contestants in the general elections held on 24 August last to present a report on expenses incurred during the electoral campaign.

For the fifth elections on August 24, each party received 1,112 million kwanzas, almost three times the amount paid in 2017.

The entities competing for the elections must, within a maximum period of 45 days after the official proclamation of the results of the ballot, provide detailed accounts of their electoral campaign to the CNE and publish them in one of the most publicized daily newspapers in the country, according to the electoral law.

The CNE observes the Organic Law on General Elections, analyzes the regularity of income and expenses and publishes its assessment in one of the most publicized daily newspapers in the country, up to 30 days after the aforementioned deadline.

If the CNE verifies any irregularity in the accounts, it must notify the respective entity to present it, within 15 days for the regularization.

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