Referendum Act, 1994

Report to the referendum returning officer.

37.—(1) On the completion of the counting of the votes in a constituency, the local returning officer for the constituency shall furnish to the referendum returning officer a report in writing in the form directed by the Minister stating—

(a) the number of valid votes recorded in favour of the proposal which is the subject of the referendum,

(b) the number of valid votes recorded against that proposal, and

(c) the total number of valid votes recorded at the referendum in the constituency,

together with the statement referred to in section 34 (3).

(2) Where the same day is the polling day at two or more referenda, the local returning officer shall furnish a separate report in respect of each such referendum.