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Flew, Catherine and Angus Urquhart. 2004 ‘Manufacture: Licensing.’ Strengthening Small Arms controls: An Audit of Small Arms Control Legislation in the Great Lakes Region and the Horn of Africa - Sudan, p. 39. London: Saferworld / SaferAfrica. 1 February

Relevant contents

Manufacture: Licensing

The Arms, Ammunition and Explosives Act, 1986

Art. 24

No person shall manufacture, assemble or amend, in the Sudan, any arms, or perform any part of such manufacture, assembly or amendment, save at such place, as the Council of Ministers may specify for such purpose.

Art. 39

No licensed person shall enter, without permission, into any:

(b) a workshop licensed for any work, relating to explosives, or any of the annexes of the same;
(c) a factory, arsenal or public building, used for the manufacture, or storage of explosives, or any of the annexes thereof.

Conformity

The national legislation fully conforms to the regional and international agreements.

No licence is required for the manufacture of small arms.

However, manufacture can only occur at arsenals specified for the purpose by the Council of Ministers.

ID: Q5188

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