Citizens Initiated Referenda Act 1993

10 Criteria

(1)

The wording of the precise question to be put to the voters, as determined under section 11 by the Clerk of the House of Representatives,—

(a)

shall be such as to convey clearly the purpose and effect of the indicative referendum; and

(b)

shall be such as to ensure that only 1 of 2 answers may be given to the question.

(2)

Subject to subsection (1), the Clerk of the House of Representatives, in making a determination under section 11,—

(a)

shall take into account—

(i)

the proposal submitted under section 6; and

(ii)

any comments received under section 7(2)(b); and

(iii)

the consultation that took place under section 9; and

(b)

may take into account such other matters as the Clerk of the House of Representatives considers relevant.