Government discussing proposal to dissolve eleven political entities

The government is discussing a proposal to have eleven political parties and movements dissolved. The Ministry of the Interior says that nine of the parties failed to submit their financial reports to Parliament or left them incomplete. The others are movements that were formed last year and have not yet established internal executive bodies. Of the parties in question, only the eurosceptic, right-wing Party of Free Citizens has made serious campaign efforts; none of the parties have elected officials. Once the government completes the proposal it will be given to the Supreme Administrative Court.