Civics

The code of conduct comes into effect _____________.


ANSWER

As soon as the Election Commission announces the election dates


SOLUTION
The Commission normally announces the schedule of elections in a major Press Conference a few weeks before the formal process is set in motion. The Model Code of Conduct for the guidance of candidates and Political Parties immediately comes into effect after such announcement. Model Code of Conduct is a set of guidelines issued by the Election Commission of India for the conduct of political parties and candidates during elections.
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