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(1)In section 42 of the GLA Act 1999 (consultation) for subsection (5) (duty to consult Assembly and functional bodies first) substitute—
“(5)Section 42A below supplements subsection (1) above (but see subsection (6) below).”.
(2)After section 42 of the GLA Act 1999 insert—
(1)This section supplements section 42(1) above.
(2)The Mayor must consult the Assembly and the functional bodies under section 42(1)(a) and (b) above before consulting other bodies or persons under section 42(1)(c) to (e) above.
(3)The Mayor must have regard to any comments submitted to him in response by the Assembly or any of the functional bodies.
(4)Before consulting under section 42(1)(c) to (e) above, the Mayor must—
(a)prepare a statement in accordance with the following provisions of this section, and
(b)submit that statement to the Chair of the Assembly.
(5)The statement must—
(a)identify which of the comments submitted by the Assembly are accepted by the Mayor for implementation in the strategy, and
(b)set out the reasons why any comments so submitted are not so accepted.
(6)The statement must be in writing.”.
(3)In section 376 of the GLA Act 1999 (the Mayor's culture strategy) in subsection (8)(b) (which refers to section 42(5)) for “reference in subsection (5) of that section” substitute “ references in subsections (2) and (3) of section 42A above ”.
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