Moreover, it will now thicken the total spendable amount by any political party during elections up to $8 million per election campaign, i.e. reduced from $11.5 million. Furthermore, the government has increased taxpayer subsidy for partially compensating the revenue decreases. The PQ government hopes that these latest set of reforms will help re-establish confidence of general public in their political system. It was revealed by numerous witnesses, at a notorious provincial corruption inquiry, that during the past elections of Quebec rules were frequently bended without any difficulty. A former construction mogul, Lino Zambito, informed the inquiry in October that the Quebec Liberal Party gathered tens of thousands of dollars from such illegal campaign donations. He confessed to have used various “figureheads,” like friends and clients, for making donations on his behalf.