SDSS First to Release Report on Campaign Costs

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Screenshot | N1 Hrvatska
Screenshot | N1 Hrvatska

Screenshot | N1 Hrvatska

ZAGREB, Aug 3, 2020 – The Independent Democratic Serb Party (SDSS) has released its final financial report before all other political parties that entered the new Croatian parliament, showing that it spent HRK 420,000 on the election campaign. 

The SDSS competed in Constituency 12, which is designed for the ethnic minorities, and won all three seats allocated to the Serb minority. Dragana Jeckov, Boris Milosevic and Milorad Pupovac were elected into the new parliament.

The party’s campaign receipts totalled HRK 421,300, while expenses were slightly lower, at HRK 420,963. The bulk of receipts (HRK 334,500), were donations, with Pupovac donating the maximum possible amount of HRK 30,000, Milosevic 27,500 and Jeckov 25,000.

Since the SDSS has three MPs and is entitled to cost coverage of HRK 135,000 per MP, the party is set to receive HRK 405,000 from the state budget and will manage to cover the bulk of campaign costs.

The political parties that entered the new parliament are required to submit their final financial reports by August 4.

(€1 = HRK 7.5)


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