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Panama. 2010 ‘Legislation, Regulations and Administrative Procedures (Legislación, normativas y procedimientos administrativos).’ National Report of Panama 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); A, 3-i, p. 1-2. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Panama to the United Nations. 1 June

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Legislación, normativas y procedimientos administrativos

Leyes, Normativas y Decretos Nacionales

Area: Producción
Ley, normativo, decreto: Constitución Politica de la Republica de Panama
Fecha: 1972

La Constitución Politica en su articulo 312, establece que solo el Gobierno podra importar las armas y municiones consideradas como de guerra….A pesar de que la fabricación se enuncia en el dogma constitucional, en las leyes y sus reglamentaciones nunca se ha desarrollado el tema de la fabricacion de armas pequeñas en Panama.

Procedimientos administrativos

Area: Producción
Procedimientos Administrativos: No existe legislación al respecto
En vigor desde: n/a

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Legislation, Regulations and Administrative Procedures

Laws, Regulations and Decrees

Area: Manufacture
Law, regulation, decree: Constitution of the Republic of Panama
Date: 1972

In Article 312, the Constitution states that only the government can import arms and ammunition considered for war… Although manufacturing is the doctrine set out in the Constitution, the theme of the manufacturing of small arms in Panama has never developed in its laws and regulations.

Administrative procedures

Area: Production
Administrative procedures: No legislation exists
In effect since: n/a

ID: Q5654

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