Representation of the People Act

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Representation of the People Act is a short title for legislation in India and United Kingdom.

India[edit]

It is the name of an Act of the Parliament of India, the Representation of the People Act, 1951.

United Kingdom[edit]

The British term usually refers to the various statutes enacted by the Parliament of the United Kingdom from the 19th century onwards dealing with the electoral system.

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