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Duke, Geoffrey L. 2013 ‘South Sudan SALW Bill.’ E-mail from SSANSA National Coordinator. Juba: South Sudan Action Network on Small Arms (SSANSA). 11 February

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South Sudan SALW Bill

The government developed a policy for control of SALW in 2011. It has been passed by the council of ministers but not yet approved by the National parliament.

A SALW Bill was developed in 2012, also on the queue to be discussed in Parliament. The ongoing work is on SALW 'regulation'. A committee is drafting it and later also table it for discussion at Parliament.

The passing of these instruments would repeal the Firearms and Explosives regulation and Act of the then-one Sudan.

[SALW = small arms and light weapons]

ID: Q6598

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