“Petition by provincial council necessary for alteration of provinces or for abolition of provincial councils.
149. Parliament shall not―
alter the boundaries of any province, divide a province into two or more provinces, or form a new province out of provinces within the Union, except on the petition of the provincial council of every province whose boundaries are affected thereby;
abolish any provincial council or abridge the powers conferred on provincial councils under section eighty-five, except by petition to Parliament by the provincial council concerned.”
2. This Act shall be known as the South Africa Act Amendment Act, 1934.
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