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Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000

Section 146 : Supervisory powers of Commission

294.Section 146 empowers the Electoral Commission to require registered political parties, recognised third parties, permitted participants in a referendum campaign, regulated donees and candidates at an election to provide information to the Commission relating to their financial affairs. A person authorised by the Commission may also enter the premises of a registered party, recognised third party or permitted participant to inspect their financial records.

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