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Nicaragua. 2010 ‘Effective Implementation of the International Tracing Instrument (La Aplicación Efectiva del Instrumento Internacional de Localización).’ National Report of Nicaragua 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); I-4, pp. 8-9. New York, NY: Permanent Mission of Nicaragua to the United Nations. 24 April

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La Aplicación Efectiva del Instrumento Internacional de Localización

4) Las Normas y los procedimientos administrativos existentes o nuevos que se
hayan introducido para asegurar la aplicación efectiva del instrumento Internacional de Localización.

- Se lleva registro especializado de las armas de fuego involucradas en delitos o robadas, las que se localizan a través de un sistema operativo de circulado.

- Se realizan consultas de rastreo de personas y armas de fuego, a través de
INTERPOL.

- Es una tarea permanente del sistema policial, la localización y rastreo de la
armas de fuego.

- El Estado de Nicaragua realiza el Control y Regulación de las Armas de Fuego, Explosivos, Municiones y otros materiales relacionados, sobre la base de la Ley 510 y su Reglamento, a través de la Dirección de Armas de Fuego (DAEM).

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The Effective Implementation of the International Tracing Instrument

4) New or existing rules and administrative procedures have been made to ensure the effective implementation of the International Tracing Instrument.

- The firearms that have been stolen or involved in crimes are specially registered, and can be located through a circulated operating system.

- Through INTERPOL, consultations are done on the tracing of people and firearms.

- The location and tracing of firearms is a permanent task of the police.

- The State of Nicaragua is in charge of the Control and Regulation of Firearms, Explosives, Ammunition and other related materials on the basis of Law 510 and its regulations, through the Directorate of Firearms (DAEM).

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