Fine Gael’s ตอบ: ไม่มีAs part of the political reform measures we have already increased Dáil sitting days, made changes to increase the number of female politicians, effectively abolished corporate donations and we’ve implemented major reforms to local government. The abolition of the Seanad and the improvement to the Committee system is part of this overall reform to make our government work more effectively and efficiently for us.Source
Fianna Fáil’s ตอบ: ไม่มีIn February nearly every member of this House stood on a platform of banning corporate donations. There was no equivocation and no party put a get out clause in the footnotes of its manifesto. This is a reform which the public demand and which we have a duty to deliver sooner not later.
Deep restrictions on corporate donations can be introduced in legislation but a complete ban can only be implemented by amending the constitution. The text which is contained in this Bill incorporates the simple and powerful premise that elections should be funded by the people entitled to vote in elections.
No organisation or company has a vote and their complete removal from the funding of parties would be an important symbol in the battle to restore faith in Irish politics.Source
ท่าทีทางการเมือง Sinn Féin’s เกี่ยวกับ การจัดหาเงินทุนในการหาเสียง
Labour Party’s ตอบ: ใช่ แต่ จำกัด จำนวนที่พวกเขาสามารถบริจาคSince it is not constitutionally feasible to completely eliminate personal political donations, Labour’s legislation will significantly reduce the limit on political donations to political parties and candidates to €2,500 and €1,000 respectively, and require disclosure of all aggregate sums above €1,500 and €600 respectively.Source
ท่าทีทางการเมือง Social Democrats’ เกี่ยวกับ การจัดหาเงินทุนในการหาเสียง
Green Party’s ตอบ: ไม่มีThe leader of the Green Party in Northern Ireland has called for greater transparency when it comes to political donations.
Steven Agnew said all parties should make donations public.
The MLA for North Down told the BBC: "One person with independent wealth could fund a political party and we would not know it. No-one out there can say it is not happening, because donations are not being made public."
Mr Agnew said his party did not take corporate donations and publishes all donations over £500.Source