Indonesia's political parties on 2014 election (IST)

POLL COMMISSION THREATENS 12 PARTIES WITH DISQUALIFICATION

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Indonesia's political parties on 2014 election (IST)
Indonesia’s political parties on 2014 election (IST)

Jayapura, 27/2 (Jubi) – As of 26 February 2014, the twelve political parties in Jayapura City have not submitted their campaign financial reports to the Election Commission.

The Chairman of Jayapura City’s Election Commission, Jeremias Numberi threaten to disqualify political parties that failed to submit reports detailing  the balance of their campaign funds and their special account bookkeeping by 2 March 2014.
“March 2 is the deadline. If it’s ignored, those parties would be disqualified for sure,” Numberi told tabloidjubi.com on Wednesday (26/2).

Meanwhile, the Secretary of the Jayapura City’s Election Commission, Agus Sunarko confirmed twelve political parties in Jayapura City have not submitted their campaign financial reports for the second phase.
“Until now we have no received their campaign financial reports phase 2. We have reminded them,” Sunarko said. (Jubi/Sindung/rom)

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