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Government of Wales Act 2006


Paragraph 3(2)

578.This says what must be in the notice. The notice must:


say what the effect of the Boundary Committee for Wales’ proposed recommendations will be;


if the Boundary Committee is recommending a change to an electoral region, say where the public can inspect a copy of the recommendations. There must be at least one place of inspection in each constituency which falls within the electoral region;


explain that if anyone wishes to express a view about the recommendations they may do so by writing to the Boundary Committee. Their letter must be received by the Committee within one month of the date of publication of the notice.

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