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21In rule 34 after paragraph (9) insert—
“(10)The same copy of the register of electors may be used under paragraph (1) for each election.
(11)One mark may be placed in that register under paragraph (1)(d) or in the list of proxies under paragraph (1)(e) to denote that a ballot paper has been received in respect of each election.
(12)If a ballot paper is issued in respect of one election only a different mark must be placed in the register or list (as the case may be) so as to identify the election in respect of which the ballot paper is issued.”
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