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Government of Wales Act 2006

Assembly Act provisions:

890.Sections 103 and 105 come into force immediately after the Welsh general election in 2007. Section 103 provides for the holding of a referendum on whether the Assembly Act provisions (Sections 107-108 and Sections 110-115) should be brought into force. Section 105 provides that if the majority of voters in such a referendum vote in favour of bringing the Assembly Act provisions into force, then the Welsh Ministers can bring them into force on such date as they may specify by making a commencement order. Section 104 comes into force (by virtue of section 161 (4) (a)) on the first appointment of a First Minister under the Act .

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