This report examines campaign finance laws, including those governing the length of the campaign period, funding sources and disclosure requirements, restrictions on contributions and expenditures, and free speech implications of such restrictions, in Australia, France, Germany, Israel, and the United Kingdom.
The comparative summary covers all of the country reports. All the reports focus on campaign finance relating to parliamentary elections, with the French report including some information on the President of the Republic who is elected by direct universal suffrage.
- Campaign Finance: Comparative Summary
- Campaign Finance: Australia
- Campaign Finance: France
- Campaign Finance: Germany
- Campaign Finance: Israel
- Campaign Finance: United Kingdom
Last Updated: 03/28/2014