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21. Subject to the provisions of this Constitution, a law enacted under this Constitution may provide for the election of members of the Legislative Council, and in particular, and without prejudice to the generality of the foregoing power, may provide for–
(a)the qualifications and disqualifications of voters;
(b)the registration of voters;
(c)the ascertainment of the qualifications of candidates for election and of voters;
(d)the holding of elections; and
(e)the definition and trial of offences connected with elections and the imposition of penalties therefor, including disqualification for membership of the Legislative Council, or for registration as a voter, or for voting at elections, of any person concerned in any such offence.