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Bolivia. 2013 ‘Special Acquisitions (Adquisición Extraordinaria).’ Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and Other Related Materials Control Law - Act 400; Title 5, Chapter 1 (Article 32), p. 12. Sucre: Plurinational Legislative Assembly of Bolivia. 18 September

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Artículo 32. (Adquisición Extraordinaria)

I. El Ministerio de Defensa en función a los requerimientos y necesidades de las Fuerzas Armadas, en casos de peligro y/o amenaza a la seguridad y defensa del Estado, adquirirá de manera directa armas de fuego, municiones, explosivos, material bélico y otros materiales relacionados, desacuerdo a reglamentación.

II. Este procedimiento queda exento de todo pago, de todo impuesto o tributo, ya sean fiscales, aduaneros o municipales.

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Article 32. (Special Acquisitions)

I. Based on the requirements and needs of the armed forces, in time of danger and/or threat to the security of the State, the Ministry of Defence will directly acquire firearms, ammunition, explosives, military equipment and other related materials, thus sidelining the standard regulation.

II. This procedure is exempt from any tax or duty payment, whether they are fiscal, Customs or municipal.

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