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Government of Wales Act 2006 (c. 32)

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Government of Wales Act 2006

2006 CHAPTER 32

CONTENTS

Content
  1. Part 1

    National Assembly for Wales

    1. The Assembly

      1. 1. The Assembly

      2. 2. Assembly constituencies and electoral regions

    2. General elections

      1. 3. Ordinary general elections

      2. 4. Power to vary date of ordinary general election

      3. 5. Extraordinary general elections

      4. 6. Voting at general elections

      5. 7. Candidates at general elections

      6. 8. Calculation of electoral region figures

      7. 9. Allocation of seats to electoral region members

    3. Vacancies

      1. 10. Constituency vacancies

      2. 11. Electoral region vacancies

    4. Franchise and conduct of elections

      1. 12. Entitlement to vote

      2. 13. Power to make provision about elections etc.

    5. Duration of membership

      1. 14. Term of office of Assembly members

      2. 15. Resignation of members

    6. Disqualification

      1. 16. Disqualification from being Assembly member

      2. 17. Exceptions and relief from disqualification

      3. 18. Effect of disqualification

      4. 19. Judicial proceedings as to disqualification

    7. Remuneration, oaths etc.

      1. 20. Remuneration of Assembly members

      2. 21. Limit on salaries of Assembly members

      3. 22. Remuneration: supplementary

      4. 23. Oath or affirmation of allegiance

      5. 24. Assistance to groups of Assembly members

    8. Presiding Officer and administration

      1. 25. Presiding Officer etc.

      2. 26. Clerk of Assembly

      3. 27. Assembly Commission

    9. Committees

      1. 28. Committees and sub-committees

      2. 29. Composition of committees

      3. 30. Audit Committee

    10. Proceedings etc.

      1. 31. Standing orders

      2. 32. Participation by UK Ministers etc.

      3. 33. Consultation about UK Government's legislative programme

      4. 34. Participation by Counsel General

      5. 35. Equality of treatment

      6. 36. Integrity

  2. Part 2

    Welsh Assembly Government

    1. Government

      1. 45. Welsh Assembly Government

    2. Ministers, staff etc.

      1. 46. The First Minister

      2. 47. Choice of First Minister

      3. 48. Welsh Ministers

      4. 49. Counsel General

      5. 50. Deputy Welsh Ministers

      6. 51. Limit on number of Ministers

      7. 52. Staff

    3. Remuneration, oaths etc.

      1. 53. Remuneration

      2. 54. Remuneration: supplementary

      3. 55. Oath or affirmation

    4. Functions

      1. 56. Introduction

      2. 57. Exercise of functions

      3. 58. Transfer of Ministerial functions

      4. 59. Implementation of Community law

      5. 60. Promotion etc. of well-being

      6. 61. Support of culture etc.

      7. 62. Representations about matters affecting Wales

      8. 63. Consultation about cross-border bodies

      9. 64. Polls for ascertaining views of the public

      10. 65. Private bills

      11. 66. Provision of information to Treasury

      12. 67. Legal proceedings

      13. 68. Contracts

      14. 69. Charges for documents

      15. 70. Financial assistance

      16. 71. Supplementary

    5. "Inclusive" approach to exercise of functions

      1. 72. Partnership Council

      2. 73. Local government scheme

      3. 74. Voluntary sector scheme

      4. 75. Business scheme

      5. 76. Regulatory impact assessments

      6. 77. Equality of opportunity

      7. 78. The Welsh language

      8. 79. Sustainable development

    6. Community law, human rights and international obligations etc.

      1. 80. Community law

      2. 81. Human rights

      3. 82. International obligations etc.

    7. Functions: supplementary

      1. 83. Agency arrangements and provision of services

      2. 84. Different exercise of functions by Welsh Ministers etc.

      3. 85. Construction of references to Ministers and departments

      4. Part 3

        Assembly Measures

        1. Power

          1. 93. Assembly Measures

          2. 94. Legislative competence

          3. 95. Legislative competence: supplementary

          4. 96. Scrutiny of proposed Orders in Council

        2. Procedure

          1. 97. Introduction of proposed Assembly Measures

          2. 98. Proceedings on proposed Assembly Measures

          3. 99. Scrutiny of proposed Assembly Measures by Supreme Court

          4. 100. ECJ references

          5. 101. Power to intervene in certain cases

          6. 102. Approval of proposed Assembly Measures

      5. Part 4

        Acts of the Assembly

        1. Referendum

          1. 103. Referendum about commencement of Assembly Act provisions

          2. 104. Proposal for referendum by Assembly

          3. 105. Commencement of Assembly Act provisions

          4. 106. Effect on Measures of commencement of Assembly Act provisions

        2. Power

          1. 107. Acts of the Assembly

          2. 108. Legislative competence

          3. 109. Legislative competence: supplementary

        3. Procedure

          1. 110. Introduction of Bills

          2. 111. Proceedings on Bills

          3. 112. Scrutiny of Bills by Supreme Court

          4. 113. ECJ references

          5. 114. Power to intervene in certain cases

          6. 115. Royal Assent

          7. 116. Welsh Seal and Letters Patent

      6. Part 5

        Finance

        1. Welsh Consolidated Fund

          1. 117. Welsh Consolidated Fund

        2. Payments into Welsh Consolidated Fund

          1. 118. Grants

          2. 119. Statement of estimated payments

          3. 120. Destination of receipts

        3. Borrowing

          1. 121. Borrowing by Welsh Ministers

          2. 122. Lending by Secretary of State

          3. 123. Accounts relating to loans

        4. Expenditure

          1. 124. Payments out of Welsh Consolidated Fund

          2. 125. Annual Budget motions

          3. 126. Supplementary Budget motions

          4. 127. Appropriation without Budget resolution

          5. 128. Contingencies

          6. 129. Approvals to draw

          7. 130. Payments in by mistake

        5. Financial accountability of Welsh Ministers

          1. 131. Welsh Ministers' accounts

          2. 132. Account relating to Welsh Consolidated Fund

          3. 133. Accounting officers for Welsh Ministers

          4. 134. Accounts of subsidiaries of Welsh Ministers

          5. 135. Examinations into Welsh Ministers' use of resources

          6. 136. Examinations by Comptroller and Auditor General

        6. Financial accountability of Assembly Commission

          1. 137. Assembly Commission's accounts

          2. 138. Accounting officers for Assembly Commission

          3. 139. Accounts of subsidiaries of Assembly Commission

          4. 140. Examinations into Assembly Commission's use of resources

        7. Whole of Government of Wales accounts

          1. 141. Whole of government accounts: Welsh Ministers

          2. 142. Functions of Auditor General

        8. Treatment of accounts and audit reports etc.

          1. 143. Audit Committee reports

          2. 144. Publication of accounts and audit reports etc.

        9. Auditor General for Wales

          1. 145. Auditor General

      7. Part 6

        Miscellaneous and supplementary

        1. Welsh public records

          1. 146. Status of Welsh public records

          2. 147. Transfer of responsibility

          3. 148. Meaning of "Welsh public records"

        2. Miscellaneous

          1. 149. Resolution of devolution issues

          2. 150. Power to make consequential provision

          3. 151. Power to remedy ultra vires acts

          4. 152. Intervention in case of functions relating to water etc.

          5. 153. Power to vary retrospective decisions

          6. 154. Interpretation of legislation

          7. 155. Functions exercisable in relation to Wales

          8. 156. English and Welsh texts of legislation

        3. Supplementary

          1. 157. Orders and directions

          2. 158. Interpretation

          3. 159. Index of defined expressions

          4. 160. Minor and consequential amendments

          5. 161. Commencement

          6. 162. Transitional etc. provision

          7. 163. Repeals and revocations

          8. 164. Financial provision

          9. 165. Extent

          10. 166. Short title

        1. Schedule 1

          Alteration of Assembly electoral regions

        2. Schedule 2

          Assembly Commission

        3. Schedule 3

          Transfer etc. of functions: further provisions

          1. Part 1

            Functions transferable etc.

          2. Part 2

            Exercise of transferred functions

          3. Part 3

            Supplementary

        4. Schedule 4

          Transfers of ministerial property, rights and liabilities

        5. Schedule 5

          Assembly Measures

          1. Part 1

            Matters

          2. Part 2

            General restrictions

          3. Part 3

            Exceptions from Part 2

        6. Schedule 6

          Referendums on commencement of Assembly Act provisions

        7. Schedule 7

          Acts of the Assembly

          1. Part 1

            Subjects

          2. Part 2

            General restrictions

          3. Part 3

            Exceptions from Part 2

        8. Schedule 8

          Auditor General for Wales

        9. Schedule 9

          Devolution issues

          1. Part 1

            Preliminary

          2. Part 2

            Proceedings in England and Wales

          3. Part 3

            Proceedings in Scotland

          4. Part 4

            Proceedings in Northern Ireland

          5. Part 5

            General

        10. Schedule 10

          Minor and consequential amendments

        11. Schedule 11

          Transitional provisions

        12. Schedule 12

          Repeals and revocations

An Act to make provision about the government of Wales.

[25th July 2006]

Be it enacted by the Queen's most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, as follows:--



Part 1 National Assembly for Wales

The Assembly

1 The Assembly

(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.

2 Assembly constituencies and electoral regions

(1) The Assembly constituencies are the parliamentary constituencies in Wales (as specified in the Parliamentary Constituencies and Assembly Electoral Regions (Wales) Order 2006 (S.I. 2006/1041)).

(2) There are five Assembly electoral regions.

(3) The Assembly electoral regions are as specified in the Parliamentary Constituencies and Assembly Electoral Regions (Wales) Order 2006.

(4) There are four seats for each Assembly electoral region.

(5) For provision about alterations in the Assembly electoral regions and in the allocation of seats to those regions see Schedule 1.

(6) Subsections (1), (3) and (4) are subject to any Order in Council under the Parliamentary Constituencies Act 1986 (c. 56), as that Act has effect as extended by that Schedule.



General elections

3 Ordinary general elections

(1) The poll at an ordinary general election is to be held on the first Thursday in May in the fourth calendar year following that in which the previous ordinary general election was held, unless provision is made for the day of the poll by an order under section 4.

(2) If the poll is to be held on the first Thursday in May, the Assembly--

(a) is dissolved by virtue of this section at the beginning of the minimum period which ends with that day, and

(b) must meet within the period of seven days beginning immediately after the day of the poll.

(3) In subsection (2) "the minimum period" means the period determined in accordance with an order under section 13.

(4) In calculating any period of days for the purposes of subsection (2)(b), the following days are to be disregarded--

(a) Saturday and Sunday,

(b) any day which is a bank holiday in Wales under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971 (c. 80), and

(c) any day appointed for public thanksgiving or mourning.

4 Power to vary date of ordinary general election

(1) The Secretary of State may by order provide for the poll at an ordinary general election to be held on a day which is neither--

(a) more than one month earlier, nor

(b) more than one month later,

than the first Thursday in May.

(2) An order under this section must make provision for the Assembly--

(a) to be dissolved on a day specified in the order, and

(b) to meet within the period of seven days beginning immediately after the day of the poll.

(3) In calculating any period of days for the purposes of provision made by virtue of subsection (2)(b), the following days are to be disregarded--

(a) Saturday and Sunday,

(b) Good Friday,

(c) any day which is a bank holiday in Wales under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971 (c. 80), and

(d) any day appointed for public thanksgiving or mourning.

(4) An order under this section may make provision for--

(a) any provision of, or made under, the Representation of the People Acts, or

(b) any other enactment relating to the election of Assembly members,

to have effect with such modifications or exceptions as the Secretary of State considers appropriate in connection with the alteration of the day of the poll.

(5) No order is to be made under this section unless the Secretary of State has consulted the Welsh Ministers about it.

(6) A statutory instrument containing an order under this section is subject to annulment in pursuance of a resolution of either House of Parliament.

5 Extraordinary general elections

(1) The Secretary of State must propose a day for the holding of a poll at an extraordinary general election if subsection (2) or (3) applies.

(2) This subsection applies if--

(a) the Assembly resolves that it should be dissolved, and

(b) the resolution of the Assembly is passed on a vote in which the number of Assembly members voting in favour of it is not less than two-thirds of the total number of Assembly seats.

(3) This subsection applies if any period during which the Assembly is required under section 47 to nominate an Assembly member for appointment as the First Minister ends without such a nomination being made.

(4) If the Secretary of State proposes a day under subsection (1), Her Majesty may by Order in Council--

(a) dissolve the Assembly and require an extraordinary general election to be held,

(b) require the poll at the election to be held on the day proposed, and

(c) require the Assembly to meet within the period of seven days beginning immediately after the day of the poll.

(5) If a poll is held under this section within the period of six months ending with the day on which the poll at the next ordinary general election would be held (disregarding section 4), that ordinary general election is not to be held.

(6) But subsection (5) does not affect the year in which the subsequent ordinary general election is to be held.

(7) In calculating any period of days for the purposes of subsection (4)(c), the following days are to be disregarded--

(a) Saturday and Sunday,

(b) Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Good Friday,

(c) any day which is a bank holiday in Wales under the Banking and Financial Dealings Act 1971 (c. 80), and

(d) any day appointed for public thanksgiving or mourning.

6 Voting at general elections

(1) Each person entitled to vote at a general election in an Assembly constituency has two votes.

(2) One (referred to in this Act as a "constituency vote") is a vote which may be given for a candidate to be the Assembly constituency member for the Assembly constituency.

(3) The other (referred to in this Act as an "electoral region vote") is a vote which may be given for--

(a) a registered political party which has submitted a list of candidates to be Assembly regional members for the Assembly electoral region in which the Assembly constituency is included, or

(b) an individual who is a candidate to be an Assembly regional member for that Assembly electoral region.

(4) The Assembly constituency member for the Assembly constituency is to be returned under the simple majority system.

(5) The Assembly regional members for the Assembly electoral region are to be returned under the additional member system of proportional representation provided for in this Part.

(6) In this Act "registered political party" means a party registered under Part 2 of the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (c. 41).

7 Candidates at general elections

(1) At a general election a person may not be a candidate to be the Assembly constituency member for more than one Assembly constituency.

(2) Any registered political party may submit a list of candidates for return as Assembly regional members for a particular Assembly electoral region at a general election.

(3) The list must be submitted to the regional returning officer.

(4) The list must not include more than twelve persons (but may include only one).

(5) The list must not include a person--

(a) who is included on any other list submitted for the Assembly electoral region or any list submitted for another Assembly electoral region,

(b) who is an individual candidate to be an Assembly regional member for the Assembly electoral region or another Assembly electoral region, or

(c) who is a candidate to be the Assembly constituency member for an Assembly constituency.

(6) A person may not be an individual candidate to be an Assembly regional member for the Assembly electoral region if that person is--

(a) included on a list submitted by a registered political party for the Assembly electoral region or another Assembly electoral region,

(b) an individual candidate to be an Assembly regional member for another Assembly electoral region, or

(c) a candidate to be the Assembly constituency member for an Assembly constituency.

(7) In this Act "regional returning officer", in relation to an Assembly electoral region, means the person designated as the regional returning officer for the Assembly electoral region in accordance with an order under section 13.

8 Calculation of electoral region figures

(1) This section and section 9 are about the return of Assembly regional members for an electoral region at a general election.

(2) The person who is to be returned as the Assembly constituency member for each Assembly constituency in the Assembly electoral region is to be determined before it is determined who are to be returned as the Assembly regional members for the Assembly electoral region.

(3) For each registered political party by which a list of candidates has been submitted for the Assembly electoral region--

(a) there is to be added together the number of electoral region votes given for the party in the Assembly constituencies included in the Assembly electoral region, and

(b) the number arrived at under paragraph (a) is then to be divided by the aggregate of one and the number of candidates of the party returned as Assembly constituency members for any of those Assembly constituencies.

(4) For each individual candidate to be an Assembly regional member for the Assembly electoral region there is to be added together the number of electoral region votes given for the candidate in the Assembly constituencies included in the Assembly electoral region.

(5) The number arrived at--

(a) in the case of a registered political party, under subsection (3)(b), or

(b) in the case of an individual candidate, under subsection (4),

is referred to in this Act as the electoral region figure for that party or individual candidate.

9 Allocation of seats to electoral region members

(1) The first seat for the Assembly electoral region is to be allocated to the party or individual candidate with the highest electoral region figure.

(2) The second and subsequent seats for the Assembly electoral region are to be allocated to the party or individual candidate with the highest electoral region figure after any recalculation required by subsection (3) has been carried out.

(3) This subsection requires a recalculation under paragraph (b) of section 8(3) in relation to a party--

(a) for the first application of subsection (2), if the application of subsection (1) resulted in the allocation of an Assembly seat to the party, or

(b) for any subsequent application of subsection (2), if the previous application of that subsection did so,

and a recalculation is to be carried out after adding one to the aggregate mentioned in that paragraph.

(4) An individual candidate already returned as an Assembly regional member is to be disregarded.

(5) Seats for the Assembly electoral region which are allocated to a party are to be filled by the persons on the party's list in the order in which they appear on the list.

(6) Once a party's list has been exhausted by the return of persons included on it as Assembly regional members by the previous application of subsection (1) or (2), the party is to be disregarded.

(7) If (on the application of subsection (1) or any application of subsection (2)) the highest electoral region figure is the electoral region figure of two or more parties or individual candidates, the subsection applies to each of them.

(8) However, if subsection (7) would mean that more than the full number of seats for the Assembly electoral region were allocated, subsection (1) or (2) does not apply until--

(a) a recalculation has been carried out under section 8(3)(b) after adding one to the number of votes given for each party with that electoral region figure, and

(b) one has been added to the number of votes given for each individual candidate with that electoral region figure.

(9) If, after that, the highest electoral region figure is still the electoral region figure of two or more parties or individual candidates, the regional returning officer must decide between them by lots.



Vacancies

10 Constituency vacancies

(1) This section applies if the seat of an Assembly constituency member returned for an Assembly constituency is vacant.

(2) Subject to subsection (7), an election must be held in the Assembly constituency to fill the vacancy.

(3) At the election, each person entitled to vote only has a constituency vote; and the Assembly constituency member for the Assembly constituency is to be returned under the simple majority system.

(4) The date of the poll at the election must be fixed by the Presiding Officer.

(5) The date must fall within the period of three months beginning with the occurrence of the vacancy.

(6) But if the vacancy does not come to the Presiding Officer's notice within the period of one month beginning with its occurrence, the date must fall within the period of three months beginning when it does come to the Presiding Officer's notice.

(7) The election must not be held if it appears to the Presiding Officer that the latest date which may be fixed for the poll would fall within the period of three months ending with the day on which the poll at the next ordinary general election would be held (disregarding section 4).

(8) The standing orders must make provision for determining the date on which a vacancy occurs for the purposes of this section.

(9) A person may not be a candidate in an election to fill a vacancy if the person is--

(a) an Assembly member, or

(b) a candidate in another such election.

11 Electoral region vacancies

(1) This section applies if the seat of an Assembly regional member returned for an Assembly electoral region is vacant.

(2) If the Assembly regional member was returned (under section 9 or this section) from the list of a registered political party, the regional returning officer must notify to the Presiding Officer the name of the person who is to fill the vacancy.

(3) A person's name may only be so notified if the person--

(a) is included on the list submitted by the registered political party for the last general election,

(b) is willing to serve as an Assembly regional member for the Assembly electoral region, and

(c) is not a person to whom subsection (4) applies.

(4) This subsection applies to a person if--

(a) the person is not a member of the registered political party, and

(b) the registered political party gives notice to the regional returning officer that the person's name is not to be notified to the Presiding Officer as the name of the person who is to fill the vacancy.

(5) But if there is more than one person who satisfies the conditions in subsection (3), the regional returning officer may only notify the name of whichever of them was the higher, or the highest, on that list.

(6) A person whose name is notified under subsection (2) is to be treated as having been declared to be returned as an Assembly regional member for the Assembly electoral region on the day on which notification of the person's name is received by the Presiding Officer.

(7) The seat remains vacant until the next general election--

(a) if the Assembly regional member was returned as an individual candidate, or

(b) if that Assembly regional member was returned from the list of a registered political party but there is no-one who satisfies the conditions in subsection (3).

(8) For the purposes of this section, a person included on the list submitted by a registered political party for the last general election who--

(a) was returned as an Assembly regional member under section 9 at that election (even if the return was void),

(b) has subsequently been a candidate in an election held under section 10 (whether or not returned), or

(c) has subsequently been returned under this section (even if the return was void),

is treated on and after the return of the person, or of the successful candidate at the election, as not having been included on the list.



Franchise and conduct of elections

12 Entitlement to vote

(1) The persons entitled to vote at an election of Assembly members (or of an Assembly member) in an Assembly constituency are those who on the day of the poll--

(a) would be entitled to vote as electors at a local government election in an electoral area wholly or partly included in the Assembly constituency, and

(b) are registered in the register of local government electors at an address within the Assembly constituency.

(2) But a person is not entitled as an elector--

(a) to cast more than one constituency vote, or more than one electoral region vote, in the same Assembly constituency at any general election,

(b) to vote in more than one Assembly constituency at any general election, or

(c) to cast more than one vote in any election held under section 10.

13 Power to make provision about elections etc.

(1) The Secretary of State may by order make provision as to--

(a) the conduct of elections for the return of Assembly members,

(b) the questioning of an election for the return of Assembly members and the consequences of irregularities, and

(c) the return of an Assembly member otherwise than at an election.

(2) The provision which may be made under subsection (1)(a) includes, in particular, provision--

(a) about the registration of electors,

(b) for disregarding alterations in a register of electors,

(c) about the limitation of the election expenses of candidates (and the creation of criminal offences in connection with the limitation of such expenses),

(d) for the combination of polls at elections for the return of Assembly members and other elections, and

(e) for modifying the operation of sections 6 and 8(2) in a case where the poll at an election for the return of the Assembly constituency member for an Assembly constituency is abandoned (or notice of it is countermanded).

(3) The provision that may be made under subsection (1)(c) includes, in particular, provision making modifications to section 11(3) to (5).

(4) An order under this section may--

(a) apply or incorporate, with or without modifications or exceptions, any provision of or made under the election enactments,

(b) modify any form contained in, or in regulations or rules made under, the Representation of the People Acts so far as may be necessary to enable it to be used both for the original purpose and in relation to elections for the return of Assembly members, and

(c) so far as may be necessary in consequence of any provision made by this Act or an order under this section, make modifications of any provision made by or under any enactment relating to the registration of parliamentary electors or local government electors.

(5) In subsection (4)(a) "the election enactments" means--

(a) the Representation of the People Acts,

(b) the Political Parties, Elections and Referendums Act 2000 (c. 41),

(c) the European Parliamentary Elections Act 2002 (c. 24), and

(d) any other enactments relating to parliamentary elections, European Parliamentary elections or local government elections.

(6) No return of an Assembly member at an election may be questioned except by an election petition under the provisions of Part 3 of the Representation of the People Act 1983 (c. 2) as applied by or incorporated in an order under this section.

(7) No order is to be made under this section unless a draft of the statutory instrument containing it has been laid before, and approved by a resolution of, each House of Parliament.



Duration of membership

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14 Term of office of Assembly members

The term of office of an Assembly member--

(a) begins when the Assembly member is declared to be returned, and

(b) ends with the dissolution of the Assembly.

15 Resignation of members

An Assembly member may at any time resign by giving notice in writing to the Presiding Officer.



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