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67. For rule 33 (challenge of voter) substitute—
33. A person shall not be prevented from voting by reason only that—
(a)a candidate or an election or polling agent declares that he or she has reasonable cause to believe that the person has committed an offence of personation, or
(b)the person is arrested on the grounds that he or she is suspected of committing or of being about to commit such an offence.”.
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