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Togo. 2010 ‘Identification of Local Dealers and Manufacturers of Handcrafted SALW (L'Identification des Fabricants et Distributeurs Locaux d'ALPC Artisanales).’ National Report of Togo 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 I.D.b, p. 17. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of the Republic of Togo to the United Nations. 1 January

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L'Identification des Fabricants et Distributeurs Locaux d'ALPC Artisanales

Certes, une enquête nationale, financée par le Programme de coordination d'assistance pour la sécurité et le développement (PCASED) a permis d'identifier les fabricants locaux d'armes artisanales (les forgerons). Malheureusement, la fabrication d'armes, modernes ou artisanales, est interdite au Togo et une législation en la matière est également inexistante.

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Identification of Local Dealers and Manufacturers of Handcrafted SALW

Admittedly, a national investigation, funded by the Programme for Coordination and Assistance for Security and Development (PCASED) has identified the local manufacturers of handcrafted firearms (blacksmiths). Unfortunately, the manufacture of firearms, modern or handcrafted, is prohibited in Togo and legislation on the subject is also nonexistent.

[ALPC: Armes Légères et Petits Calibres]
[SALW: Small Arms and Light Weapons]

ID: Q4780

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