Parliament Act no. 4 of 3 June 2015 amending Rule Act on financial support for political work.
(No basic grant to the newly established parties. No mandate grants by lack of information on personal duties. Offsetting access to expenditure incurred on the parties' behalf)
Modified repeals, hovedlov replaces information
Change Act No. 1 of 31 May 2001 on a financial contribution to political work
In Act No.. 1 of 31 May 2001 on a financial contribution to political work, as last amended by the Parliament Act no. 25 of 18 November 2010, is amended as follows:
First After § 3 added:
"§ 3a. A political party that does not at recent elections to Inatsisartut was established or achieved representation in Inatsisartut, but one or more members of Inatsisartut subsequently released to represent, are entitled to reimbursement for the party's political work in Inatsisartut. The subsidy amounts to 210,000 kr. Annually for each of the party's mandates.
Subsection. 2. Subsidies under paragraph. 1 comes in the year in which the party with their representation, as a proportion of the annual grant amount from the end of the month in which the party obtains representation.
Subsection. 3. A representative of the party received grants pursuant to § 4 as an independent before the release for representation, may not be the party mandate grants for the mandate in the period covered by the authorized representative subsidies according to § 4 to cover. "|| | 2nd After § 4 added:
"§ 4 a. Mandate Subsidies under § 2 and § 3a and grants in accordance with § 4 is not paid for full months during which the member of Inatsisartut yet to announce Inatsisartut mandatory information on personal duties and interests.
Subsection. 2. Information shall be considered as liable under subsection. 1 if the obligation to make this clear from the Greenland Parliament's Rules of Procedure. Same place it can be determined that the information must be given in a particular form and that it be published.
Subsection. 3. There may require repayment of amounts already paid mandated contribution referred. Paragraphs. 1, for up to 6 months if it appears that the mandatory information is either missing or has been subject to serious shortcomings. "
Third § 5 is amended as follows:
"§ 5. Grants under §§ 2-4 given on application once a year, valid for six months periods 1 January to 30 June and 1 July to 31 December. December.
Subsection. 2. Subsidies under § 2. 1 and 3 and in accordance with § 3a calculated for the first half on the basis of mandatforfordelingen per. 1 January of the year of application, and for the second half based on the distribution of seats per. 1 July of the year of application.
Subsection. 3. Grants accruing to a party, an alliance, a single candidate or a retired member under § 2, § 3a and § 4 of the last six months when elections take place, reduced or not increased, even if the election results in changes in relation to the allocation of seats per. 1 January or 1 July. "
Fourth § 9 paragraph. 2, 3-4. section. replaced by the following:
"The grant for the first half paid after the Presidency of the Greenland Parliament has dealt with the grant application. The grant for the second half paid after the submission of audited accounts for the previous year, but not before 1 July. "
Fifth In § 9, after paragraph. 3 new subsection:
"Paragraph. 4. Inatsisartut can make or cause to be setoff against party grants under this Act for expenses incurred on behalf of the parties, federal candidates or individual members. "
This Parliament Act shall enter into force on 1 July 2015.
Greenland, June 3, 2015