BILL 240 – The Elections Amendment Act, 2019
Requires candidates to disclose offences to which they have pled guilty or of which they have been found guilty.
Bill 240 received royal assent and came into force June 3, 2019.
A recent amendment to The Election Financing Act reduces the reimbursement paid to candidates and parties from 50% to 25%. It also reduces the number of valid voters required to qualify for reimbursement from 10% to 5%. Details on reimbursement of election expenses can be found in Part 10 of the Act.
The amendment came into force June 3, 2019.
Bill 27 - The Elections Amendment Act
(Register of Voters and Miscellaneous Amendments)
Bill 27 received royal assent and came into force November 10, 2017.
- Bill 27 Fact Sheet
- Bill 26 - The Election Financing Amendment Act
Bill 26 Fact Sheet - Amendments to The Election Financing Act
Bill 26 received royal assent on June 2, 2017, and came into force September 5, 2017.