§ 72. Sir W. Teeling
asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs, as freemasonry is held not to be a religion in Spain, what steps he will take to assure freemasons in Gibraltar that they will be allowed to continue their activities should the referendum go in favour of Spain.
§ 73. Sir W. Teeling
asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs what steps he is taking to ensure that all Gibraltarians living in the United Kingdom will be given an opportunity to vote in the forthcoming referendum.
§ Mrs. Hart
Section 5 of the Gibraltar (Referendum) Order in Council, 1967, provides that one of the qualifications for voting in the referendum is to be ordinarily resident in Gibraltar. Section 6 provides that, except in so far as may other-228W wise be prescribed in regulations made by the Governor under the Order, no person will be entitled to vote unless he attends in person at the place and time appointed for voting.
§ Sir W. Teeling
asked the Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs whether, for the benefit of anyone living in Gibraltar who does not speak or read English, he will have all referendum documents printed both in Spanish and English.