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Congo (DRC). 2010 ‘Article 35.’ Proposed Act on Prevention, Control and Reduction of Small Arms and Light Weapons in the Democratic Republic of Congo of October 2010, p. 15. Kinshasa: National Assembly of the Democratic Republic of Congo. 1 October

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Article 35:

Au moment de leur production, de leur importation, les armes légères et de petit calibre, ces informations sont conservées pour une période d'au moins dix ans et doivent comprendre:

- la date d'émission et d'expiration des licences ou autorisation;
- le pays d'importation et de transit;
- la quantité de la marchandise et le destinataire final.

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Translated content:

Article 35:

At the moment of the manufacture and import of small arms and light weapons, the following information is retained for a period of at least ten years and shall include:

- the issuance and expiry date of the licences or authorisations;
- the country of import or transit;
- the quantity of goods and the end-user.

[Note: This is the Proposed Act to amend the Ordinance 'Law No 085/035 of September 3, 1985, on the Regime of Arms and Ammunition', in line with the Nairobi Protocol for the Prevention, Control and Reduction of Small Arms and Light Weapons. The first 30 articles of the 2010 Proposed Act are relatively unchanged from the 1985 Law.]

ID: Q4397

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