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Annexure - 1

Criteria for Rowdies and Classification of Rowdy Sheets

The following persons many be classified as Rowdies and Rowdy sheets may be opened for them under the standing order of 742 of the Superintendent of Police or Sub Divisional Officer.

    1.  
    2. Persons who habitually commit, attempt to commit or abet the commission of offences involving a breach of the peace;
    3.  
    4. Persons bound over under Sections 106, 107, 108(c) and 110(1) of the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1973 (Act No. 2 of 1974);
    5.  
    6. Persons who have been convicted more than once in two consecutive years under Section 75 of the Madras City Police Act or under Section 3, clause 12, of the Towns Nuisances Act;
    7.  
    8. Persons who habitually tease woman and girls by passing indecent remarks or otherwise; and
    9.  
    10. In the case of rowdies residing in an area under one Police Station but are found to be frequently visiting the area under one or more other Police Stations their rowdy sheets can be maintained at all such Police Stations.
  • (G.O. Ms. No. 656, Home (Police - D) Department, dated 8th April, 1971)
  • Criteria for History Sheeters, Suspects and Opening of History Sheets

    As per Police standing order of 733 History Sheets of persons residing permanently or temporarily in the station limits, who are known or believed to be addicted to or to aid and abet the commission of crime, whether convicted or not or who are believed to be habitual receivers are maintained.

    Automatic opening of History Sheets, as per Police Standing Order of 734, is maintained at the time of conviction for persons convicted as under and shall be retained for two years after release from jail.

    Persons are how Convicted

    Number of times Convicted

    Persons released from imprisonment for life under chapters XII and XVII of the Indian Penal Code.
    Professional Prisoners
    Indian Penal Code Sections 395 to 40

    Once

    Indian Penal Code Sections 392 to 394, if convicted or liable To conviction under Section 75 of the Indian Penal Code

    Twice

    House Breaking

    Twice

    Theft

    Thrice

    Bad livelihood sections of the Code of Criminal Procedure:
    Bound over under Section 109 :
    Bound over under Section 110 :



    Twice
    Once

    Police Standing Order 736 deals with Suspects. The following persons should be classified as suspects and history sheets shall be opened for them under the orders of the Superintendent of Police or Sub – Divisional Officer:

      1.  
      2. Persons once convicted under any section of the Indian Penal Code who are considered likely to commit crime again, and
      3.  
      4. Persons not convicted, but believed to be addicted to crime.
      5.  
      6. Care should be taken to see that History Sheets are opened under this Order only for persons who are likely to turn out to be habitual criminals and, therefore require to be close watched.

    Annaxure-2

    Classification of Offences and Period of Disqualification

    The following table gives the type of crime, the period of disqualification and the sections dealing with the relevant laws.

    S.no

            Offence        

            Law        

    Period of Disqualification

    1

    Promoting enemity between different groups on ground of convictionreligion, race, place of birth,residence, language, etc. and doing acts prejudicial to main-tenance of harmony.

    IPC 153 A & B

    Six years from the day of conviction

    2

    Bribaary

    IPC 171 E

    -DO-

    3

    Undue influence or personation at an election.

    IPC 171 F

    -DO-

    4

    Rape

    IPC 376 or 376 A, B, C & D

    -DO-

    5

    Cruelty towards women

    IPC 498 A

    -DO-

    6

    Promoting enemity, hatred, ill will between different religious groups.

    IPC 505

    -DO-

    7

    Practice of untouchability

    22 OF PCR ACT

    -DO-

    8

    Importing or Exporting of prohibited goods

    SECTION 11 OF CUSTOMS ACT.1962

    -DO-

    9

    Membership in prohibited associations

    Sections 10, 11, 12 of Unlawful Activities (prevention) Act 1967

    -DO-

    11

    Offences of Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic substances

    Narcotic Drugs and psychotropic substances Act, 1985

    -DO-

    12

    Offences of committing Terrorist acts and disruptive activities.

    TADA ACT,1987 SECTION 3(Not in vouge at present)

    -DO-

    13

    Misuse of religious institutions

    Religious Institutions (Preventions of Misuse)Act, 1998, 41 of Section 7.

    -DO-

    14

    Electoral Malpractices

    RP Act, 1951, Sections 125, 135, 135A, 136

    -DO-

    15

    Offences regarding places of Worship

    Place of Worship (special Worship provisions)1991 Act,Section 6.

    -DO-

    16

    If sentenced for Six Months under hoarding or profiteering

    Prevention of hoarding or profiteering Act

    Six years after completion of conviction

    17

    Adulteration of food or Drugs

    Prevention of Adulteration of food or Drugs Acts

    -DO-

    18

    Offences relating to Dowry

    Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961, Section 28.

    -DO-

    19

    Offences relating to violation sati Act.

    Commission of Sati (prevention) Act 1987,Section 3

    -DO-

    20

    Electoral Malpractices and Corruption

    RP Act,1951,Section99

    -DO-

    21

    Removal from Government Job on the grounds of Corruption

    Government Regulations

    5 YEARS

    22

    Not informing to Election Commission about Election Expenditure

    RP Act, 1951

    3 years

    23

    Electoral offences

    IPC 171 E, F & RP Act 1951, Section 125, 135,136.

    6 years

    Annexure - 3

    Law Commission Proposals for Framing of Charges and Disqualifications

    1. Law Commission proposes certain amendments to RP Act, 1951. To quote the report, "major proposal put forward relates to amendment of sect
    2. Law Commission proposes certain amendments to RP Act, 1951. To quote the report, "major proposal put forward relates to amendment of section 8 of the Representation of the People Act 1951 which, as it now stands, provides for disqualification on the ground of conviction for certain named offences. It is well known that mafia leaders and leaders or members of criminal gangs rarely get convicted by courts. The reasons for this phenomenon are well known, the foremost among them being the unwillingness of the witnesses to come forward and depose for fear of reprisals from the accused. It is accordingly proposed that even if charges are framed under any of the offences mentioned in sub-section (1) is not necessary; if the charges are framed by the court under any of those offences, it would be sufficient to attract the disqualification under section 8. For this purpose, several measures have to be adopted, namely,
    1. Shifting the offences under the Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955 from sub-section (1) of section 8 to sub-section (2) thereof. This is for the reason that in the opinion of the Commission it is not advisable to increase the punishment provided by the provisions of the Civil Rights Act to three years (in which case along it would become a warrant case, requiring the framing of charges).
    2. It is suggested that the punishment under sections 171E and 171F should be enhanced to three years in addition to fine in place of the existing punishment of one year of fine or both. It is also suggested that offences under sections 171G, 171H and 171I of the Indian Penal Code should not only be included in clause (a) of subsection (1) of section 8, but the punishment under the said three sections should also be enhanced to three years in addition to fine. It may be mentioned that all the offences mentioned under sections 171E to 171I are offences relating to elections. These provisions were added by chapter IXA introduced in the IPC by Amendment Act 39 of 1970. Over the years, we have seen that these offences are on rise and are becoming more widespread, and more serious. To counteract this trend, it is necessary to enhance the punishment under the aforesaid sections so as to make the procedure relating to warrant cases applicable in all such cases. It may be mentioned that in cases triable as warrant cases, the framing of charges is obligatory (unless of course the accused is discharged) whereas in case of offences triable according to summons procedure, framing of the charges is optional with the court. Once the procedure for warrant cases is attracted and charges are framed in respect of specified offences, the accused person would be disqualified under section 8 of the Representation of People Act, 1951. Necessary Amendment Bill for this purpose is appended herewith as IPC (Amendment) Bill.
    3. Similarly, the punishment under sections 135, 135A and 136(2) of the Representation of the People Act is also proposed to be enhanced to three years. These offences pertain to removal of ballot papers from polling stations, booth capturing and fraudulently defacing of destroying nomination papers. They too are election offences and deserve to be treated on par with, if not more severely than, the offences mentioned in Chapter IXA of the Indian penal Code."(Page No.20 to 23 of Working paper on Reform of the Electoral Laws, September 1998)

     

    1. The detailed Amendments to various Sections of the RP Act, 1951

    Amendment of Section 8:

    1. In section 8 of the Principal Act, for the existing title, the following title shall be substituted:
    2. "Sec. 8 Disqualification for certain offences.
    3. For sub-sections (1) and (2), the following sub-sections shall be substituted:
      1. A person against whom charge has been framed under, or who has been convicted of an offence punishable under -
      1. Section 153A or section 171E or Section 171F or section 171G or section 171H or section 171I of sub-section (1) of sub-section (2) of section 376 or section 376A or section 376B or section 376C or section 376D or section 498A or Sub-section (2) or sub-suction (3) of section 505 of the Indian Penal Code (45 of 1860); or
      2. Section 11 of the Customs Act, 1962 (52 of 1962); or
      3. Sections 10 to 12 of the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act, 1967 (37 of 1967); or
      4. The Foreign Exchange (Regulation) Act, 1973 (46 of 1973); or
      5. The Narcotic Drugs and Psychotropic Substances Act, 1985 (61 of 1985); or
      6. Section 3 or section 4 of the Terrorist and Disruptive Activities (Prevention) Act, 1987 (28 of 1987); or
      7. Section 7 of the Religious Institutions (prevention of Misuse) Act, 1988 (41 of 1988); or
      8. Section 125 or section 135 or section 135 A or sub-section (2) or section 136 of this Act, shall be disqualified for a period of twelve years from the date of framing of such charge or such conviction as the case may be.

     

      1. A person convicted for the contravention of -
      1. any law providing for the preventing of hoarding or profiteering; or
      2. any law relating to the adulteration of food of drugs; or
      3. any provisions of the Dowry Prohibition Act, 1961 (28 of 1961); or
      4. any provisions of the Commission of Sati (Prevention) Act, 1987 (3 of 1987); or
      5. the Protection of Civil Rights Act, 1955 (22 of 1955); or
      6. any provisions of the Prevention of the Insults to National Honour Act, 1971
  • And sentenced to imprisonment for not less than six months shall be disqualified from the date of such conviction and shaany provisions of the Prevention of the Insults to National Honour Act, 1971
  • And sentenced to imprisonment for not less than six months shall be disqualified from the date of such conviction and shall continue to be disqualified for a further period of six years since his release."(Page No.46-48)
    1. Amendments to Chapter IXA of the Indian Penal Core, 1860
  • Amendment of sections 171E, 171F, 171G, 171H and 171I of Indian Penal Code;
  • In chapter IXA of the Indian Penal Code, for sections 171E, 171F, 171G, 171H and 171I, the following sections shall be substituted:

  • "171E. Punishment for bribery. - Whoever commits the offence of bribery shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

    171F. Punishment for undue influence or personation at an election. - Whoever commits the offence of undue influence of personation at an election shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

    171G. False statement in connection with an election. - Whoever with intent to affect the result of an election makes or publishes any statement purporting to be a statement of fact which is false and which he either knows or believes to be false or does not believe to be true, in relation to the personal character or conduct of any candidate shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

    171H. Illegal payments in connection with an election. - Whoever without the general or special authority in writing of a candidate incurs or authorises expenses on account of the holding of any public meeting, or upon any advertisement, circular or publication, or in any other way whatsoever for the purpose of promoting or procuring the election of such candidate shall be punished with imprisonment of either description which may extend to three years and fine which may extend to five hundred rupees.

    Provided that if any person having incurred any such expenses not exceeding the amount of ten rupees without authority obtains within ten days from the date on which such expenses were incurred, the approval in writing of the candidate, he shall be deemed to have incurred such expenses with the authority of the candidate.

    171I. Failure to keep election accounts. Whoever being required by any law for the time being in force of any rule having the force of law to keep accounts of expenses incurred at or in connection with an election fails to keep such accounts shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

    171J. Exceeding the prescribed limit of election expenses - Any candidate whose expenditure on election exceeds the amount prescribed under sub-section (3) of section 77, shall be punished with imprisonment which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine. (Pages No.73-75)

  • Annexure - 4

    Proposed proforma for furnishing information under Sections 8, 8A and 9 dealing with the disqualification from contesting election.

     

     

     

    Annexure -5

    Statement of Income and Expenditure

    1. The statement of accounts shall comprise accounts of income and expenditure and an account of assets. It shall be drawn up in accordance accepted bookkeeping principles and with due regard for the purposes of this Law. The statement of accounts of the political party in its entirety shall incorporate the statements of accounts separately showing federal and state organisations and the statements of accounts of the subordinate organizations of each respective state organization. The state organizations and their subordinate organizations shall attach to their statements of accounts a complete list of all donations together with the names and addresses of the donors. The party state organisations shall keep the partial reports of the district organizations subordinate to them in collective form in their own accounting documents.
    2. Income includes:
      1. Members' subscriptions and similar regular contributions.
      2. Donations from natural persons
      3. Donations from legal entities
      4. Income from assets
      5. Income from organized events, distribution of printed materials and published materials and other income-raising party activities
      6. Public funds
      7. Other income
      8. Grants from subdivisions
      9. Total income from items 1 to 8
    1. Expenditures includes:
      1. Staff
      2. Current business activities
      3. General party work
      4. Elections
      5. Interest
      6. Other expenditures
      7. Allocations to subdivisions
    1. The statement of assets comprises:
  • 1. Property
      1. Capital assets
        1. Real estate and land
        2. Equipment of premises
        3. Financial investments
      1. Working capital
        1. Claims on subdivisions
        2. Claims for public funds
        3. Monetary assets
        4. Other assets

    III. All property

    2. Debts

  • I Reserves
      1. Pensions
      2. Other reserves
  • II Liabilities
      1. Liabilities towards the subdivisons
      2. Liabilities towards credit institutes
      3. Other liabilities
  • III All debts
  • 3. Net Assets (positive or negative).

    1. The statement of accounts shall show separately the total contributions of natural persons up to Rs.25,000 per person as well as the total contributions of natural persons which exceed the amount of Rs.25,000
    2. The report shall be preceded by a summary of :
    1. income of the whole party in accordance with Paragraph 2, Nos.1 to 7 and their total,
    2. expenditure of the whole party in accordance with Paragraph 3, Nos.1 to 6 and their total,
    3. any surplus or deficit,
    4. property of the whole party in accordance with Paragraph 4, No.1 I and II 2 to 4 and their total
    5. debts of the whole party in accordance with Paragraph 4, No.2 I and II 2 and 3 and their total,
    6. net assets of the whole party (positive or negative),
    7. total income, total expenditure, surpluses or deficits as well as net assets of the three subdivisional levels; national organization, land organizations and district organizations.

    In addition to the absolute figures for Nos.1 and 2 the respective percentage of total income under No.1 and total expenditure under No.2 must be indicated.

    1. The number of members at the end of the year must be indicated
    2. The party may attach brief explanations to the statement of accounts and especially to specific items.
    3. Public grants for party youth organizations shall not count towards the absolute and relative limits. They should be indicated in the party's statement for information purposes but are not to be included in the statement of income and expenditure.

     

     

     

     

    Annexure - 6

    AFFIDAVIT

     

    I_______________________________Son/daughter/wife of____________________________

    aged_____ years, resident of ______________________________________________am a candidate for election to the Office of ________________, and I do hereby solemnly affirm and declare as follows:-

      1. That, I have filed my nomination paper(s) for the above election.
      2. That, in connection with my candidature for the above election, I am submitting here with the information in the prescribed proforma and the Statement of Assets and Income pertaining to myself, my spouse and dependent members of my family under RP Act 1951
      3. That the information furnished is true to the best of my knowledge and belief and that nothing material has been concealed therefrom.

     

  • Deponent
  • Place:-

    Date:-

  • Verified before me

    (Signature of verifying authority with seal)

  •  

    Annexure - 7

    VERIFICATION OF ELECTORAL ROLLS

    Sl.No Polling Booth No & Constituency name & Number Area No. of Voters on the list No. of voters verified by Election Watch No. of additions needed(%) No. of deletions needed (%) Remarks
    1 No.54 & Khairatabad Constituency - 210 Ameerpet, Vidyodaya High School Polling station 981 825 16(01.9) 79(9.5) Voters after shifting of residence also wanted to cast their votes in the same booth
    2 No.47 & Secunderabad Cantonment

    Constituency - 211

    Rasoolpura, Gun Bazar, Begumpet Polling Station 4135 1154 205(17.7) 136(11.7) Deletions due to shifting of residence and additions due to migration
    3 No.229 & Secunderabad Contonment

    Constituency - 211

    Tarnaka,

    David Memorial High School Polling station

    1638 418 217(51.9) 136(32.5) 99% of deletions due to shifting of residence. Additions due to shifting of residence, attaining of franchise age, omission and migration from other areas
    4 No.231 & Secunderabad Cantonment

    Constituency - 211

    Tarnaka

    David Memorial High School Polling station

    572 400 202(51.9) 182(41.5) Comprehensive revision of the voters has not been undertaken by the Govt
    5 No.144 & Khairatabad

    Constituency - 210

    Madhuranagar,

    Yellareddyguda

    Polling station

    1296 1296 478(36.8) 300(23.1) Deletions due to shifting of residence and additions due to migration

     

    Annexure - 8

    Verification of Polling - Survey Results

    Sl. No Assembly Consti

    tuency /

    Polling Booth No.

    Area No. of voters in the list No. of votes

    polled

    No of voters in Col.5 reported

    'voted'

    No of voters in Col. 5 reported

    'not voted'

    Total voters reporting 'Not Voted'

    Columns

    (7 to 9)

    Residing in the area but not voted Non-Residents
    Left Polling Booth area but residing elsewhere within town Left the city/country (including deaths)
    1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
    1 207 / 173 Himayatnagar Urdu Hall area

    D.No. 3-6-110/1 to 3-6-139/6

    1143 625 483 5

    (0.8)

    91

    (14.6)

    46

    (7.4)

    142

    (22.7)

    2 207 / 176 Himayatnagar

    D.No. 3-6-190/5 to 3-6-271/1

    956 459 377 15

    (3.3)

    41

    (8.9)

    26

    (5.7)

    82

    (17.9)

    3 209/

    93

    Chilakalaguda

    D.No.10-7-1001 to 10-7-1214/6

    725 428 306 20

    (4.7)

    95

    (22.2)

    7

    (1.6)

    122

    (28.5)

    4 209/

    75

    Gopalapuram

    10-6-92/1

    to 10-6-509

    989 495 380 42

    (8.5)

    72

    (14.5)

    1

    (0.2)

    115

    (23.2)

    5 210/

    426

    Lothukunta /

    Sainagar

    1-11-1

    to 1-11-141/C

    893 476 399 22

    (4.6)

    49

    (10.3)

    6

    (1.2)

    77

    (16.2)

        Total 4706 2483 1945 104

    (4.2)

    348

    (14)

    86

    (3.5)

    538

    (21.7)

    Note : Figures in brackets denote the percentage of votes polled in Column 5

    Annexure 9

    Independents Elected to Lok Sabha

    Year No. of Seats

    Filled

    No. of Independents

    Elected

    Percentage of

    Independents

    Who Lost Deposit

    1952 489 38 66.6
    1957 494 42 60.1
    1962 494 20 79
    1967 520 35 86.2
    1971 518 14 94
    1977 542 9 97.2
    1980 529 9 98.9
    1984 542 5 99.7
    1989 529 12 98.9
    1991 534 1 99.5
    1996 542 9 99.7
    1998 542 6 --

     

     

     

    Annexure - 10

    12th General Elections – 1998

    Number and Percentage of Votes Polled by Elected Candidates

    Serial No. Percentage of Votes Number of Candidates
    1. 55 and above 61
    2. 50 – 54 119
    3. 45 – 49 144
    4. 40 – 44 112
    5. 35 – 39 75
    6. 30 – 34 29
    7. 1 – 29 3
      Total 543
  • * Source: Compiled by Lok Satta Data Unit from Election Commission Of India, Statistical Report on General Elections, 1998 to the Twelfth Lok Sabha, Volume – III (Detailed Results), New Delhi.
  • Annexure - 11

    Distribution of seats in the PR System combined with constituency Election

    No of seats : 31

    Sl No. Party No of votes No of seats won in constituency
    1 A 22400 8
    2 B 18300 4
    3 C 7200 2
    4 D 1900 1
    5 E 3200 1
        53000 16

    Threshold level for distribution of seats = 10% of 53000 = 5300. Therefore parties D & E are eliminated from contest. However, they will retain the constituency seats won by them.

    Balance votes obtained by eligible parties = 47900

    Number of seats as per PR system

    Party A : 22400*31 = 14.49=14+0 =

    47900

    14
    Party B : 18300*31 = 11.84 = 11+1 =

    47900

    12
    Party C : 7200*31 = 4.65 = 4+1 =

    47900

    5

    Final composition in the legislature

    Sl No Party No of eligible under PR System No. won in constituencies Balance to be drawn from party legislature Total No of legislature
    1 A 14 8 6 14
    2 B 12 4 8 12
    3 C 5 2 3 5
    4 D - 1 - 1
    5 E - 1 - 1
        31 16 17 33

    Strength of legislature (original)= 31; Supernumerary number added (Parties D and E)= 2

    New strength of legislature = 33

     

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    ll continue to be disqualified for a further period of six years since his release."(Page No.46-48)
    1. Amendments to Chapter IXA of the Indian Penal Core, 1860
  • Amendment of sections 171E, 171F, 171G, 171H and 171I of Indian Penal Code;
  • In chapter IXA of the Indian Penal Code, for sections 171E, 171F, 171G, 171H and 171I, the following sections shall be substituted:

  • "171E. Punishment for bribery. - Whoever commits the offence of bribery shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

    171F. Punishment for undue influence or personation at an election. - Whoever commits the offence of undue influence of personation at an election shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

    171G. False statement in connection with an election. - Whoever with intent to affect the result of an election makes or publishes any statement purporting to be a statement of fact which is false and which he either knows or believes to be false or does not believe to be true, in relation to the personal character or conduct of any candidate shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

    171H. Illegal payments in connection with an election. - Whoever without the general or special authority in writing of a candidate incurs or authorises expenses on account of the holding of any public meeting, or upon any advertisement, circular or publication, or in any other way whatsoever for the purpose of promoting or procuring the election of such candidate shall be punished with imprisonment of either description which may extend to three years and fine which may extend to five hundred rupees.

    Provided that if any person having incurred any such expenses not exceeding the amount of ten rupees without authority obtains within ten days from the date on which such expenses were incurred, the approval in writing of the candidate, he shall be deemed to have incurred such expenses with the authority of the candidate.

    171I. Failure to keep election accounts. Whoever being required by any law for the time being in force of any rule having the force of law to keep accounts of expenses incurred at or in connection with an election fails to keep such accounts shall be punished with imprisonment of either description for a term which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine.

    171J. Exceeding the prescribed limit of election expenses - Any candidate whose expenditure on election exceeds the amount prescribed under sub-section (3) of section 77, shall be punished with imprisonment which may extend to three years and shall also be liable to fine. (Pages No.73-75)

  • Annexure - 4

    Proposed proforma for furnishing information under Sections 8, 8A and 9 dealing with the disqualification from contesting election.

     

     

     

    Annexure -5

    Statement of Income and Expenditure

    1. The statement of accounts shall comprise accounts of income and expenditure and an account of assets. It shall be drawn up in accordance accepted bookkeeping principles and with due regard for the purposes of this Law. The statement of accounts of the political party in its entirety shall incorporate the statements of accounts separately showing federal and state organisations and the statements of accounts of the subordinate organizations of each respective state organization. The state organizations and their subordinate organizations shall attach to their statements of accounts a complete list of all donations together with the names and addresses of the donors. The party state organisations shall keep the partial reports of the district organizations subordinate to them in collective form in their own accounting documents.
    2. Income includes:
      1. Members' subscriptions and similar regular contributions.
      2. Donations from natural persons
      3. Donations from legal entities
      4. Income from assets
      5. Income from organized events, distribution of printed materials and published materials and other income-raising party activities
      6. Public funds
      7. Other income
      8. Grants from subdivisions
      9. Total income from items 1 to 8
    1. Expenditures includes:
      1. Staff
      2. Current business activities
      3. General party work
      4. Elections
      5. Interest
      6. Other expenditures
      7. Allocations to subdivisions
    1. The statement of assets comprises:
  • 1. Property
      1. Capital assets
        1. Real estate and land
        2. Equipment of premises
        3. Financial investments
      1. Working capital
        1. Claims on subdivisions
        2. Claims for public funds
        3. Monetary assets
        4. Other assets

    III. All property

    2. Debts

  • I Reserves
      1. Pensions
      2. Other reserves
  • II Liabilities