1- The Provincial Assemblies shall comprise of a number proportionate with the population density in the following manner:
a) where the Province’s total population is not in excess of one million: 48 deputy members,
b) where the Province’s total population exceeds one million but is less than two million: 60 deputy members,
c) where the Province’s total population exceeds two million but is less than three million: 72 deputy members,
d) where the Province’s total population exceeds three million: 84 deputy members,
2- Three quarters of the number of the members of the Provincial Assembly shall be deputies elected by direct voting in the Provincial Circles,
3- One quarter of the number of the members of the Provincial Assembly shall be deputies elected by a special vote or indirect vote in the following manner:
a) one third female eligible voters in the Province (4 or 5 or 6 or 7 deputies according to the number of the Assembly),
b) one third scientific from the scientific voters section in the Province (4 or 5 or 6 or 7 according to the number of the Assembly),
c) one third professionals from the professional voters section in the Province (4 or 5 or 6 or 7 according to the number of the Assembly), provided that each union’s voters elect one deputy representing them. The Commission shall decide, where the number of deputies from the Professional section exceeds four in any one Province, to raise the number of representation of a section by one deputy or two deputies according to the number of members of the section and their effectiveness.
The Administrative Structure
1- The Commission shall establish its administrative and functional structure, and submit it to the President for approval,
2- The Commission can appoint employees and workers in accordance with its functional structure,
3- The Commission shall decide the terms of service for temporary employees appointed for registration, elections and referendum.
The Commission’s Budget
1- The Commission shall have an independent budget prepared according to sound accountancy principles in order to carry out its tasks, and shall submit it to the President to endorse it within the national state budget,
2- The Commission’s funds shall be deposited in checking or savings accounts in the banks according to the banking regulations observed in the country,
3- The Commission shall retain accurate and complete accounts, and it will also retain books and documents according to sound accountancy principles.
Article Thirty-two: The Public Revision Department or whoever it authorizes under its supervision shall revise the Commission’s accounts at the end of each fiscal year in order to submit it to the President and to the National Assembly.
The Head and Members of the Commission’s Immunity
Article Thirty-three: Unless caught red-handed, no criminal procedures shall be taken against the head of the Commission or any of its members without the sanction of the President.
The Authority to Utilize Means of Public Transportation
Article Thirty-four: The Commission can, upon the approval of the President and in serious cases, when conducting Presidential or Magistrate election or the referendum, and in coordination with the specialized state department, temporarily use the necessary means of transportation from the public sector.
The Authority to Issue Rules
Article Thirty-five: The Commission can issue rules to help implement the provisions of this law.