67. The Chief Electoral Officer may, upon the written application of the leader, withdraw the authorization of a party or of any of its party authorities. The Chief Electoral Officer may, upon the written application of an authorized independent Member or of an authorized independent candidate, withdraw the authorization of the Member or candidate unless the debts arising from that person’s election expenses have not been fully paid.
The application must be accompanied with a closing financial report of the entity contemplated in the application, for the period that has elapsed from the date of authorization or the preceding 31 December, as the case may be, to the date of the application for withdrawal of authorization. The report shall include the same information as the annual financial report described in section 113.
The application must also be accompanied with the financial report for the preceding fiscal year if it has not been filed.
The reports shall be filed by the last official representative or, failing that, by the leader of the party, by the independent Member or by the independent candidate.
In the case of a party or a party authority, the application must also be accompanied with a copy of a resolution to that effect made in conformity with the by-laws of the party and certified by two or more officers of the party.
1989, c. 1, s. 67; 1998, c. 52, s. 26; 2008, c. 22, s. 16.