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Senegal. 1966 ‘Article 15.’ Decree No 66-889 of November 17, 1966, on the Implementation of the Act No 66-03 of January 18, 1966, Regulating Arms and Ammunition, p. 5. Dakar: Office of the President of the Republic of Senegal. 17 November

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Article 15:

Les armes et munitions doivent être entreposées dans les locaux privés et clos, ou dans des poudrières ne présentant aucun danger pour la sécurité publique, conformément à la réglementation en vigueur sur les établissements dangereux, insalubres ou incommodes.
Ces locaux privés et poudrières sont obligatoirement situés aux chefs-lieux de circonscriptions administratives.

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Translated content:

Article 15:

Firearms and ammunition must be stored in private and closed premises, or in magazines presenting no danger for public safety, in accordance with the regulation on dangerous premises.

These private premises and magazines must be located in the head-quarters of the administrative districts.

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