Electoral Reform Green Paper - Donations, Funding and Expenditure

Introduction

The first green paper, Electoral Reform Green Paper – Donations, Funding and Expenditure was released on 17 December 2008 by the former Cabinet Secretary and Special Minister of State, Senator the Hon John Faulkner.  The Australian Government invited submissions on the issues that need to be considered by the Government in improving and modernising the electoral funding and disclosure requirements.  The Australian Government is considering these submissions and the issues raised in the paper.

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First Electoral Reform Green Paper – Donations, Funding and Expenditure

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Submissions

Submissions were invited to be lodged by 23 February 2009. Submissions received have been posted on this website on the Electoral Reform Submissions page. The Australian Government appreciates the contributions of all organisations and individuals who have made submissions on the Green Paper.

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Last Updated: 8 June 2010