Electoral Affairs Commission (Registration of Electors) (Village Representative Election) Regulation
E.R. 2 of 2012
Entries in Indigenous Villages and Composite Indigenous Villages register
(1) In an Indigenous Villages and Composite Indigenous Villages register, an entry relating to a person must show-
(a) the name of the person; and
(b) the principal residential address of the person, if it has been furnished to the ERO.
(2) The principal residential address is to be recorded in the language in which it appears on the application form for registration.
(3) Subject to subsection (4), the name is to be recorded-
(a) in Chinese, if the principal residential address appears in Chinese on the application form; and
(b) in English, if that address appears in English on that form.
(4) If on the application form-
(a) the name appears in English only (despite the principal residential address being in Chinese), the name is to be recorded in English;
(b) the name appears in Chinese only (despite that address being in English), the name is to be recorded in Chinese; and
(c) the principal residential address is not furnished, the name is to be recorded-
(i) in Chinese, if the signature of the person on that form is in Chinese;
(ii) in English, if the signature of the person on that form is in English; and
(iii) in any other case, in Chinese or English as determined by the ERO.