No. S 139
Parliamentary Elections Act
(Chapter 218)
Parliamentary Elections (Exemption from Section 83(1)(d) and (2)) Regulations 2011
In exercise of the powers conferred by sections 83(9) and 102 of the Parliamentary Elections Act, the Prime Minister hereby makes the following Regulations:
Citation and commencement
1.  These Regulations may be cited as the Parliamentary Elections (Exemption from section 83(1)(d) and (2)) Regulations 2011 and shall come into operation on 14th March 2011.
2.  In these Regulations, unless the context otherwise requires —
“assembly centre” means any area or premises designated for a lawful assembly of persons to show support for a candidate at or about the time the results of an election may be declared under section 49(7) or (7E) or 49A(5) of the Act;
“authorised person” means a person who is authorised under section 83 of the Act to conduct election activities on behalf of a candidate;
“banner” and “poster” have the same respective meanings as in section 78(3) of the Act;
“permanent resident” means a person who holds a valid entry permit issued under section 10 of the Immigration Act (Cap. 133) or a valid re-entry permit issued under section 11 of that Act;
“work pass” means a work pass issued by the Controller of Work Passes under section 7 of the Employment of Foreign Manpower Act (Cap. 91A).
Persons exempt from section 83(1)(d) and (2) of Act
3.  Section 83(1)(d) and (2) of the Act shall not apply to prohibit a permanent resident or a person issued with a work pass from carrying out, solely pursuant to a contract for service with an authorised person, any or all of the following work:
(a)the display of election posters and banners;
(b)the removal of election posters and banners;
(c)the setting up of any physical facility at the site of an election rally or an assembly centre;
(d)the dismantling of any physical facility at the site of an election rally or an assembly centre.
Made this 14th day of March 2011.
Permanent Secretary,
Prime Minister’s Office,
[ELD(A)/4-6 Vol. 12; AG/LEG/SL/218/2005/4 Vol. 1]