Chapter 7. Supplementary Laws and Regulations
The competent authority may deduct fines imposed in accordance with this Act but not discharged by a political party within the prescribed period of time from the subsidy granted to said political party pursuant to Article 22, Paragraph 1.
Political parties that filed declarations with relevant departments in accordance with the Civil Associations Act prior to the enactment of this Act and whose organizations, charters, and related matters fail to comply with the provisions prescribed in this Act shall make revisions within two years following the promulgation of this Act. The declarations of parties that fail to make the required revisions within the prescribed period of time or whose revisions still fail to meet requirements will be revoked.
Political groups established in compliance with the Civil Associations Act prior to the enactment of this Act shall revise their charters within two years following the enactment of this Act. The charters of groups that fail to make the required revisions within the prescribed period of time or whose revisions still fail to meet requirements will be revoked.
Political groups whose charters have been revoked pursuant to the preceding paragraph shall be dissolved and the liquidation of their property shall be handled in accordance with the provisions of Article 32 of this Law.
The electronic file formats of documents, tables, and political party emblems for use under this act this Act shall be defined by the competent authority.
Article 43, Paragraph 6 of the Civil Servants Election and Recall Act and political party-related provisions prescribed in the Civil Associations Act shall no longer apply starting from the effective date of this Act.
This Act shall take effect on the date of promulgation.