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Ecuador. 1997 ‘Control Agencies (Organismos de Control).’ Regulations to the Act on Arms, Ammunition, Explosives and Accessories, Executive Decree No. 169. RO/32; Title II, Chapter I (Article 3), pp. 2-3. Quito: Ministry of the Attorney General of the Republic of Ecuador. 27 March

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Reglamento a la Ley Sobre Armas, Municiones, Explosivos y Accesorios. Decreto Ejecutivo No. 169. RO/ 32

Artículo 3. Organismos de Control

Son Organismos de Control para los efectos de la Ley y de este Reglamento, los siguientes:

a) El Ministerio de Defensa Nacional;
b) El Comando Conjunto de las Fuerzas Armadas;
c) Los Comandos de Brigada y los Comandos de las Zonas Naval y Aérea en sus respectivas jurisdicciones territoriales;
d) Los Comandos de Distritos y Provinciales de la Policía Nacional, en sus respectivas jurisdicciones;
e) El Servicio de Vigilancia Aduanera;
f) La Comisión de Tránsito del Guayas; y,
g) Los demás Organismos de Control que determine el Comando Conjunto.

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Translated content:

Regulations to the Act on Arms, Ammunition, Explosives and Accessories, Executive Decree No. 169. RO/32

Article 3. Control Agencies

Control agencies for the implementation of this Act and these Regulations are the following:

a) The Ministry of National Defence;
b) The Joint Command of Armed Forces;
c) The Brigades Command and the Command for the Air and Naval zones, in their respective jurisdictions;
d) The National Police Commands at District and Provincial level, in their respective jurisdictions;
e) The Customs Security Service;
f) The Guayas Transit Commission; and,
g) Other Government agencies determined by the Joint Command.

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