PPERA

AcronymDefinition
PPERAPolitical Parties Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (UK)
PPERAPulp and Paper Education and Research Alliance (various universities)
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With the regulations put in place by the PPERA, third party spending on national advertising was capped at 793,500 [pounds sterling] in England, 108,000 [pounds sterling] in Scotland, 60,000 [pounds sterling] in Wales, and 27,000 [pounds sterling]in Northern Ireland during the campaign period.
For England, the 793,500 [pounds sterling] limit introduced with the PPERA was reduced to 319,800 [pounds sterling] for general advertising and this amount is now distributed such that no more than 9,750 [pounds sterling] can be spent in any constituency.
One outcome of the Edinburgh Agreement was the extension of the PPERA rules to the Scottish process.
Part 7 of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (PPERA) 2, provides a framework for referendums delivered through Acts of Parliament, including rules about campaign finance, referendum regulation, oversight and conduct.
Parliament enacted PPERA soon after the question of campaign
consequence, these were among the first issues PPERA tackled.
Are the PPERA and the Canada Elections Act Overbroad?
Under PPERA, all parties are required to declare donations within 30 days of the end of each quarterly reporting period.
Meanwhile, the Pulp and Paper Education and Research Alliance (PPERA) universities have been intensifying their own recruitment efforts to shore up enrollments with only mixed and limited success to date.
The financing of political parties is governed by the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act (PPERA), passed in 2000, and the more recent Electoral Administration Act 2006.
PIMA announces that it has entered into partnerships with the American Management Association (AMA) and the Pulp and Paper Education and Research Alliance (PPERA).
The current recruitment message, delivered in various forms by educational institutions that are members of the Pulp and Paper Education and Research Alliance (PPERA) and others, has several compelling elements, including our renewable raw material base, the recyclability of our products, energy self-sufficiency, our sustainability and advanced technology (see www.cnr.umn.edu/PPERA/).