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(1)Her Majesty may by Order in Council—
(a)make provision for and in connection with the government of Southern Rhodesia in the period up to the appointed day;
(b)make such provision in relation to Southern Rhodesia, or persons or things in any way belonging to or connected with Southern Rhodesia, as appears to Her to be necessary or expedient—
(i)in consequence of any unconstitutional action taken therein; or
(ii)in connection with the repeal, revocation, expiration or lapse of any statutory provision relating to sanctions.
(2)In subsection (1) “statutory provision relating to sanctions” means—
(a)any Order in Council made under section 2 of the M1Southern Rhodesia Act 1965; and
(b)any statutory provision (wherever in force) implementing any resolution of the Security Council of the United Nations providing for the imposition of economic or other sanctions or other measures directed against Southern Rhodesia or against any persons at any time purporting to exercise authority therein.
(3)Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), an Order in Council thereunder may make provision—
(a)for conferring power to make laws for the peace, order and good government of Southern Rhodesia, including laws having extra-territorial operation;
(b)for suspending or modifying the provisions of the Constitution of Southern Rhodesia 1961;
(c)for suspending or modifying the operation of any enactment or instrument in relation to Southern Rhodesia or persons or things in any way belonging to or connected with Southern Rhodesia;
and any provision made by or under such an Order may apply to things done or omitted outside as well as within the United Kingdom or other country or territory to which the Order extends.
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(6)Section 2(3) shall apply to any Order in Council made under this section.
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