28. Are there provisions for direct public funding to political parties? - Moldova, Republic of

Country: 
Moldova, Republic of
Question: 
28. Are there provisions for direct public funding to political parties?
Answer: 
Yes, regularly
Source: 

(1) Political parties have the right to receive annual funding from the state budget through the Central Electoral Commission. The regulation on the financing of political parties, including the calculation methodology, is approved by the Central Electoral Commission. The amount of the allocations for this purpose is approved in the annual budget law, the percentage quota constituting 0.1% of the state budget revenues, except for the special purpose revenues provided by the legislation, and is distributed as follows:
a) 30% - political parties in proportion to the performances obtained in the parliamentary elections;
b) 30% - political parties in proportion to the performances obtained in the general local elections;
c) 15% - political parties in proportion to the performances obtained in the presidential elections;
d) 7.5% - political parties in proportion to the women actually elected in the parliamentary elections;
e) 7.5% - political parties in proportion to the women actually elected in the local elections;
f) 5% - political parties in proportion to the young people actually elected in the parliamentary elections;
g) 5% - political parties in proportion to the young people actually elected in the local elections.
(2) In the case of electoral blocs, the allowance shall be divided according to the prior agreement between the members of the electoral bloc or, in the absence of an agreement, according to the number of mandates obtained by each component.
Source: Art. 27(1-2), Law on Political Parties, 2007 (amended 2020)