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No. 193. 14-Nov-2008
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ELECTORAL ACT 1907
Registration of Political Parties
Notice of Cancellation of Registration

Daylight Saving Party

Under section 62L(2)(b) of the Electoral Act 1907 the Electoral Commissioner may cancel the registration of a political party if the Electoral Commissioner is satisfied on reasonable grounds that the party is not a parliamentary party and does not have at least 500 members who are electors.

The Electoral Commissioner is satisfied on reasonable grounds that the Daylight Saving Party is not a parliamentary party and do not have at least 500 members who are electors.

Under section 62L(5) of the Electoral Act 1907 the Electoral Commissioner is required to—

(a) give notice of the cancellation and the reasons for it to the secretary of the party;

(b) give notice of the cancellation in the Gazette

Notice in accordance with (a) has been given and this gazettal is in accordance with (b) above.

WARWICK GATELY AM, Electoral Commissioner.


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