@broad3One Nation answered…2wks
No only from members of their parties
Yes, But must be publicly recorded, and all lobbyists who donate should be known who they affiliate
Yes, but require these donations to be visible on a public database
Yes, but they must be transparent so others can know what they're donating.
@9Z6W3G4Socialist Alliance answered…3wks
Yes, but limit the amount of money and publicise all donations
@9YV99B4Socialist Alliance answered…1mo
Yes, but limit the amount of money that can be received.
@9Y96X7FOne Nation answered…2mos
Yes, as long as the amount is publicly accessible knowledge
@9Y5L82VLiberal Democrat answered…3mos
This is grey area - and needs a major over haul from transparency POV
Yes, if it is transparent and reported in real time, as well as the amount they can donate is limited.
@9F3J7HNPirate Party answered…1yr
They’ve got nothing to do with politics. Make your own funding.
Yes but limit the amount per financial year and make all donations public information
@9VTNNJQLiberal Democrat answered…5mos
No, you are spending money to enforce your will on someone, not to buy an object or service.
Yes, but political parties should advertise who donates to them in order to allow the public to be aware of any bias.
@9TPWJNMDemocratic Labour answered…9mos
It can turn I to bribes but anyone should be able to donate possible with a cap
Yes but publicise who is donating and how much
No, election should be based on merit not money.
Yes but they must be and remain anonymous, especially to the politicians
Yes - corps and unions
No - non-profits
@9RVLC2LWomen’s Equality answered…12mos
Yes, if they want to
No, but allow transparent donations from unions
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