28. Are there provisions for direct public funding to political parties?



Yes, both regularly and in relation to campaigns

Art. 58 of Algeria's Constitution of 2020, https://www.joradp.dz/TRV/FConsti.pdf                                                                         Art. 58, Organic Law No. 12-04 of 18 Safar 1433 (January 12, 2012) relating to political parties 


the authorized political parties shall have the following particular rights:… public funding, if appropriate, based on their representation in the Parliament,  as determined by the law;…

The approved political party may benefit from financial aid from the State, depending on the number of seats obtained in Parliament, and the number of its elected members in the assemblies. The amount of any aid to be allocated by the State to political parties is entered in the State budget.

According to Art. 87 of the election law, possible aid that the state can grant  young candidates in independent lists in elections legislative and local; and to Art. 93 Any candidate for presidential elections law, within the limits of expenses actually carried out, to a lump sum repayment of the order of ten percent (10%). When the presidential election candidate obtained a rate greater than ten percent (10%) and lower or equal at twenty percent (20%) of the votes cast, this reimbursement is increased to twenty percent (20%) of expenses actually carried out within the limit of the ceiling authorized. The repayment rate is carried to thirty percent (30%) for the candidate who got more than twenty percent (20%) of the votes cast. The refund can only be made after Proclamation of the final results by the Court constitutional and the validation of campaign accounts by the Account Funding Control Commission election campaigns.

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