Government of Wales Act 2006

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I1Ss. 1-94, 97-106 in force immediately after "the 2007 election" by s. 161(1) (subject to s. 161(4)(5))

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(1)There is to be an Assembly for Wales to be known as the National Assembly for Wales or Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru (referred to in this Act as “the Assembly”).

(2)The Assembly is to consist of—

(a)one member for each Assembly constituency (referred to in this Act as “Assembly constituency members”), and

(b)members for each Assembly electoral region (referred to in this Act as “Assembly regional members”).

(3)Members of the Assembly (referred to in this Act as “Assembly members”) are to be returned in accordance with the provision made by and under this Act for—

(a)the holding of general elections of Assembly members (for the return of the entire Assembly), and

(b)the filling of vacancies in Assembly seats.

(4)The validity of any Assembly proceedings is not affected by any vacancy in its membership.

(5)In this Act “Assembly proceedings” means any proceedings of—

(a)the Assembly,

(b)committees of the Assembly, or

(c)sub-committees of such committees.

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I1Ss. 1-94, 97-106 in force immediately after "the 2007 election" by s. 161(1) (subject to s. 161(4)(5))