ONPE withdrew the appearance of 10 parties in the non-electoral space to publish their proposals and proposals | Policy
In what constitutes a method of indirect public financing, 10 political parties with representation in the Congress of the Republic will be able to publish their proposals and proposals in non-electoral places, the order of their appearance having been determined by the House of Representatives. National Office of Electoral Operations (ONPE).
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According to the general drawing, the order of appearance will be as follows: First Together for Peru, Second Alliance for Progress, Third People’s Renewal, Fourth Developed Country, Fifth People’s Force, Sixth People’s Movement, Seventh We Peru, Eighth Free Peru, Ninth Purple Party and Tenth We Can Peru.
The event was held in the presence of representatives of National Elections Arbitration Commission (JNE) And from National Identification and Civil Status Register (Reniec), Notary Ruth Ramos Rivas and party officials. The non-election period will be valid from December 2021 to December 2022.
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According to the Regulation on Party Funds Supervision, within a maximum period of 5 days after the withdrawal, the parties shall be notified of the result with the right to non-election space and state-owned media, in order to proceed with programming. . of the respective submissions, as of the month following the notification.
This direct public financing method was created in political parties law As detailed in the above regulation, the space of 5 minutes per month Institute of Radio and Television of Peru It is provided free of charge, through its radio and television signals, to each of the parties represented in Congress.
This obligation is not effective in the period between the call and the announcement of the results published in the official newspaper El Peruano for operations called in the case of general elections Based on Regional and municipal elections.
According to the same regulations, proposals and proposals must be published through video or audio clips recorded by political parties not exceeding the five minutes specified by the Political Organizations Law, including presentations and credits.
Likewise, the IRTP informs the Party Funds Supervision Department, within 5 days after the withdrawal is made, of the technical requirements that political parties must fulfill in displaying their recordings, which cannot differ from those required of their regular clients.