Article 116
116.
(1) For the election of members to the House of Representatives a unit of review shall be divided into constituencies in accordance with the provisions contained in the Thirteenth Schedule.

(2) The total number of constituencies shall be equal to the number of members, so that one member shall be elected for each constituency, and of that total in the States of Malaya a number determined in accordance with the provisions contained in Article 46 and the Thirteenth Schedule shall be allocated to each State.

(3) (Repealed).


(4) (Repealed).


(5) (Repealed).

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What were the 3 sub-articles that were repealed?


This article has been amended 3 times by the following acts:
Source:
http://www.ilo.org/wcmsp5/groups/pub...cms_125966.pdf
(page 197)

Act 14/1962 (Constitution (Amendment) Act 1962)
Date in force: 21-06-1962

Act 26/1963 (Constitution (Amendment) Act 1963)
Date in force: 16-09-1963

Act A206 (Constitution (Amendment) (No. 2) Act 1973)
Date in force: 23-08-1973

See page 197 entitled Notes, for original subsections (3), (4), and (5). The act which repealed those subsections is Act 14/1962. "15%" clause is in subsection (4).


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Clauses (3), (4) and (5): These Clauses which read as follows were repealed by Act 14/1962, paragraph 22(c), in force from 21-06-1962:

“(3) Constituencies shall be allocated to the several States in such manner that the electoral quota of each State is as nearly equal to the electoral quota of the Federation as it can be without causing undue disparity between the population quota of that State and
the population quota of the Federation.

(4) Each State shall be divided into constituencies in such manner that each constituency contains a number of electors as nearly equal to the electoral quota of the State as may be after making due allowance for the distribution of the different communities and for differences in density of population and the means of communication; but the allowance so made shall not increase or reduce the number of electors in any constituency to a number differing from the electoral quota by more than fifteen per cent.

(5) In this Article—
(a) “electoral quota” means the number obtained by dividing the number of electors in the Federation or a State by the total number of constituencies or, as the case may be, the number of constituencies in that State;
(b) “population quota” means the number obtained by dividing the population of the Federation or of a State by the total number of constituencies or, as the case may be, the number of constituencies in that State;

and for the purposes of this Article the number of electors shall be taken to be as shown on the current electoral rolls and the population as counted at the most recent census.”.