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Central African Republic. 2003 ‘Legal and Legislative Provisions (Dispositions légales et législatives).’ National Report of the Central African Republic 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 III.3., p. 10. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of the Central African Republic to the United Nations. 16 June

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Legal and Legislative Provisions (Dispositions légales et législatives)

Loi no 64.34 du 20 novembre 1964 modifiant les lois no 61.213 du 04 mai 1961 et 62.321 du 03 décembre 1962, réglementant l'introduction et l'usage des armes à feu (poudre, explosifs et mines) en circulation illicite en Centrafrique.

Ces dispositions prévoient des répressions retenues ainsi que des sanctions et retraits envisagés, suivi des amendes et confiscations. Les armes de fabrication artisanales sont également concernées…

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Law No 64.34 of November 20, 1964, amending the laws No 61.213 of May 4, 1961 and No 62.321 of December 3, 1962, regulating the introduction and use of firearms (gunpowder, explosives and mines) in illicit movement in Central African Republic.

These provisions provide for restrained repressions, sanctions and planned withdrawals, followed by fines and seizures. Home-made arms are also governed by these provisions…

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