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Algeria. 2010 ‘Brokering (Courtage).’ National Report of Algeria 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); Chapter I, A-8, p. 10. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Algeria to the United Nations. 1 January

Relevant contents

A-8. Courtage:

La législation algérienne prévoit le monopole de l'Etat en matière de transaction d'armes et munitions.

L'article 8 de l'Ordonnance n° 97-06 du 21 janvier 1997, relative aux matériels de guerre, armes et munitions, prévoit: "le Ministère de la Défense nationale exerce, pour le compte de l'Etat, le monopole et le contrôle, sur la fabrication, l'importation et I' exportation des armes et munitions des 1ère, 2ème et 3ème catégories"

Ainsi, aucune activité de courtage en matière de commercialisation des armes n'est prévue par la législation algérienne.

Toutefois, toute commercialisation d'armes prohibées ou des munitions, sans autorisation de I'autorité compétente, est punie par le Code pénal.


Translated content:

A-8. Brokering:

Algerian legislation provides for the state monopoly concerning the trade of arms and ammunition.

Section 8 of Ordinance No. 97-06 of 21 January 1997 on military equipment, weapons and ammunition, provides: "the Ministry of National Defence shall, on behalf of the State, have the monopoly and control on the manufacture, import and export of arms and ammunition of the first, second and third categories."

Thus, no brokering activity in the sale of weapons is envisaged under Algerian law.

However, any sale of prohibited weapons or ammunition without authorisation from the competent authority is punishable under the Penal Code.

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