Crimes relating to the receipt of illegal private contributions
Any treasurer of the supreme executive committee of a party who fails to maintain a record of the fundraising activities of the party including those of factions and movements shall be liable to a term of imprisonment of one year.
The following individuals shall be liable to two to six years’ imprisonment:
a) Any member(s) of party supreme executive committees who have knowledge of contributions or donations in cash or in kind that contravene the provisions of this Act and do not report them to the competent authorities.
b) Any member(s) of party supreme executive committees, candidates and primary election candidates officially registered by political parties, election campaign officials or any political party representatives who receive contributions, donations or any other type of support using a parallel structure to avoid the supervision of the political party.
c) Any member(s) of party supreme executive committees, leaderships of election campaigns or any other party representative who receives contributions, donations or any other type of illegal support.
d) Any candidate or primary election candidate officially registered by a political party who receives contributions or donations directly.