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Macedonia. 2005 ‘Article 11.’ Republic of Macedonia Law on Arms 2005 (Amended April 2007); Section II (Article 11). Skopje: Parliament of the Republic of Macedonia. 8 February

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Article 11

That the natural person is capable of possessing and carrying arms from a health point of view as referred to in Article 9, Paragraph 1, Point 3 of this law, it shall be determined by a medical examination and proved by a medical certificate.

The medical certificate referred to in Paragraph 1 of this article can not be older than 1 year.

The expenses for the medical examination shall be covered by the natural person.

The Minister of Health, in agreement with the Minister of Internal Affairs, shall regulate the type and way of doing the medical examination for determining the capability of possessing and carrying of arms from a health point of view, the list of diseases and health conditions that make the applicant incapable of possessing and carrying of arms, as well as the way and procedure of issuing the medical certificate.

Medical examination of a natural person for the purpose of determining the capability of possessing and carrying of arms from a health aspect shall be performed by establishments in the area of health designated by the Minister of Health, in agreement with the Minister of Internal Affairs.

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