Parties are so important in contemporary political systems that there seems to be no alternative mechanism; they facilitate governance at three levels: micro, medium and macro. Political parties need financial resources to win political competition and seize power, and this is what drives the political party financing system from a public law perspective. Governments always intervene in the financing of political parties through regulatory and distributional policies.
The research method used in this article was documentary-library method.
The findings of this study show that one of the most important reasons for the failure of political parties in Iran is the unresolved issue of the legal system of securing parties; however, regulatory and distributive policies have been adopted to improve the performance of political parties, such as the announcement of "general election policies" by the leadership and the adoption of a law on the functioning of political parties and groups; But the issue of monitoring the financing of parties still needs to be legislated.
In order to oversee the financing system of political parties, a new body called the "Election and Parties Commission" should be established and this body should be responsible for this oversight. The novelty of this article is to raise the issue of the party financing system from the perspective of public law and to provide a solution to solve this issue.
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