I'm not sure that I can answer all your questions, but I'll answer some of them.
During the election, there were 1,800 candidates, which is more than usual. The spending was also much higher than usual, because the limits were more than doubled given the duration of the election campaign. Our goal was to finish by mid-August 2017. At that time, we should be almost finished. The people in charge of some campaigns may still have documents to provide.
We've almost finished the reimbursements. We still need to hold discussions on reimbursements for eight campaigns. We've started working with the people in charge of campaigns for which we're owed money. When a candidate has received 10% of the votes, the person is entitled to an initial reimbursement amounting to 15% of the limit. In some cases, given the expenses, this amount is more than the final reimbursement. We're currently collecting overpayments.
Initially, 408 candidates received overpayments. We've collected the money owed by 338 of them. We're currently finalizing this. The work will probably be completed this spring or over the summer.
Afterward, we must take care of the campaigns that involved very little spending. This should be marginal, and we should complete the review by the end of August.