ARRANGEMENT OF SECTIONS
1. Short title.
Disqualification for Election as a Member of the National Assembly
3. Disqualification: National Assembly.
4. Relief from disqualification.
5. No obligation to accept office.
6. Disqualification and vacating of certain offices.
THE DISQUALIFICATION (NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AND MISCELLANEOUS OFFICES) ACT
An Act to make provision for disqualifying the holders of certain offices for membership of the National Assembly, for providing relief against such disqualification, and for disqualifying the holders of certain offices for election or appointment as Speaker or Deputy Speaker or presiding member of the National Assembly, or as a member of the Electoral Commission or the Judicial Service Commission.
[9th December, 1962]
C.A. Act No. 7 of 1962
[R.L. Cap. 505]
This Act may be cited as the Disqualification (National Assembly and Miscellaneous Offices) Act.
(1) In this Act, unless the context otherwise requires–
"member of the Police Force and Auxiliary Service" does not include a special Police Officer, an auxiliary Police Officer or a reservist (whether or not he is recalled for service), within the meaning respectively ascribed to those expressions in the Police Force and Auxiliary Service Act;
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