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    Default subject as herinafter

    Hi,

    Could anyone help me with the underlined sentence? I don't quite understand.


    Impartiality is preserved on the part of the persons providing the programmes as respects matters of political or industrial controversy or relating to current public policy; and subject as hereinafter provided in this subsection, that no matter designed to serve the interests of any political party is included in the programmes.

    Thanks.

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    Default Re: subject as herinafter

    Quote Originally Posted by Celia
    Hi,

    Could anyone help me with the underlined sentence? I don't quite understand.


    Impartiality is preserved on the part of the persons providing the programmes as respects matters of political or industrial controversy or relating to current public policy; and subject as hereinafter provided in this subsection, that no matter designed to serve the interests of any political party is included in the programmes.

    Thanks.
    It refers to what is to be discussed later in the document concerning the matter at hand.

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