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Election funding panel wants to hear from public

Wed, 21 Jul 2010

The panel appointed to look into election funding in the Isle of Man is seeking views from the public.

The independent panel has been appointed to look into the current rules relating to party funding, third party funding and candidate funding, amongst other aspects of the election process.

It was confirmed last week that former Chief Minister Sir Miles Walker, recently retired High Bailiff Michael Moyle and advocate Seth Caine will conduct the review.

The public has until August 13th to submit their views to the Chief Secretary's Office.

The panel will report back on the matter in September.

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