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Haiti. 1988 ‘Weapons of War (Armes de guerre).’ Decree of 12 January 1988, Laying Down the Conditions for the Ownership, Possession and Use of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and Other Categories of Weapons Listed as Dangerous on the National Territory (Article 1), p. 426. Port au Prince: Le Moniteur, Ministry of the Interior and of Local Government of the Republic of Haiti. 12 January

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Décret du 12 janvier 1988 fixant les conditions d'appropriation, de détention et d'utilisation des armes à feu, munitions, explosifs et autres catégories d'armes dites dangereuses sur le territoire national

Article 1. Les Forces Armées d'Haïti ont le monopole de la fabrication, de l'importation, de l'exportation, de l'utilisation et de la détention des armes de guerre et de leurs munitions, ainsi que du matériel de guerre. Elles ont également la responsabilité du contrôle de toute arme à feu, des munitions correspondantes et de tout engin destructeur1 se trouvant sur le territoire national.

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Decree of 12 January 1988, Laying Down the Conditions for the Ownership, Possession and Use of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and Other Categories of Weapons Listed as Dangerous on the National Territory

Article 1. Haiti Armed Forces have the monopoly on manufacture, import, export, use and possession of weapons of war and their ammunition, as well as of war material. They are also responsible for the control of all firearms, corresponding ammunition and of every destructive weapon1 on the national territory.

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