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Cameroon. 2003 ‘In Legal Terms (Au plan juridique).’ National Report of Cameroon on its Implementation of the United Nations Programme of Action to Prevent, Combat and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects (UNPoA); Section 1.a., pp. 1-2. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Cameroon to the United Nations. 25 June

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In Legal Terms (Au plan juridique)

Par décret No. 73/658 du 22 octobre 1973, le Cameroun a procédé à la réglementation de l'importation, de la vente, de la fabrication, de la détention et du port des armes à feu et des munitions.

L'Assemblée nationale a également adopté une loi portant sur la réglementation des activités des sociétés de gardiennage notamment en ce qui concerne l'acquisition et l'utilisation des armes a feu par lesdites sociétés.

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In Cameroon, the decree No 73/658 of October 22, 1973, regulates the import, sale, manufacture, possession and carrying of firearms and ammunition.

The National Assembly also adopted a law on the regulation of the activities of security agencies, in particular in regard of the acquisition and use of firearms by those agencies.

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