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Constitutional Matters Amendment Act, No. 15 of 2005
[to be referred to as the "Constitutional Matters Amendment Act, 2005"]
To amend the Public Funding of Represented Political Parties Act, 1997, so as to provide for the re-allocation of moneys from the Represented Political Parties' Fund and to regulate the repayment of unspent balances of all moneys allocated to political parties participating in Parliament and provincial legislatures where a member of a legislature becomes a member of another party whilst retaining membership of that legislature or where an existing party merges with another party, subdivides into more than one party or subdivides and any one subdivision merges with another party; to amend the Determination of Delegates (National Council of Provinces) Act, 1998, so as to provide for the re-determination of certain delegates of a provincial legislature that has been reconstituted on account of changes of party membership and mergers or subdivision of parties; and to provide for matters connected therewith.
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