CONTENT ANALYSIS OF CAMPAIGN FINANCING IN ISLAMIC NATIONS: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES
Political finance plays a crucial role in shaping the dynamics of political systems worldwide. This abstract focuses on the abstraction of the concept of political finance from the perspective of Islamic countries, employing a content analysis approach. The study seeks to understand the unique features and challenges of political finance in nations where Islamic principles and values significantly influence governance and political structures.The content analysis approach involves the examination of various sources, including legal documents, media reports, and academic literature, to discern patterns, trends, and perspectives related to political finance in Islamic countries. By analyzing the content, the research aims to provide insights into the regulatory frameworks, financial mechanisms, and cultural factors that shape political financing in these nations.Key areas of investigation include the compliance of political finance practices with Islamic financial principles such as Sharia, the role of religious institutions in funding political activities, and the impact of cultural norms on campaign financing. The study also delves into the transparency and accountability of political finance systems within Islamic countries, exploring how these aspects align with both global standards and local expectations.Furthermore, the research examines the potential influence of political finance on the democratic processes within Islamic countries. It seeks to identify any tensions between democratic principles and religious values, exploring how these tensions may manifest in the financing of political campaigns and activities.