Mislav Kolakusic, one of the 11 candidates standing for the Croatian president in the 22 December election, on Thursday provided the State Election Commission (DIP) with his financial statement on the campaigning in the period from 29 November to 11 December.
Kolakusic, who was the first candidate to submit this kind of report form to DIP, said that he had no donations and that he spent a mere 12 kuna (€1.6) for the costs of the banking and payment transfer services.
A deadline for the completing and submitting financial statements on the campaign since 29 November expires on 14 December.
DIP is supposed to make them public on Monday, 16 December.
The rules for campaign financial reporting envisage that DIP makes those financial statements of candidates available at one place, that s on its website, while in the past each candidate published such financial statements on their own websites.
Preliminary campaign financial statements must be filed at last seven days before elections and they include information on received donations, costs and discounts for media advertisements during the campaign.
The upper limit for spending on campaigning is eight million kuna (€1.07 million) for each candidate.
(€ 1 = 7.43 kuna)