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Bolivia. 2014 ‘Security Measures (Normas de Seguridad).’ Supreme Decree No. 2175, Regulation of the Act No. 400 on the Control of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and other Related Materials; Title III, Chapter IX (Article 42), p. 25. La Paz: Official Gazette of Bolivia. 5 November

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Decreto Supremo N° 2175, Reglamento de la Ley N°400 sobre Control de Armas de Fuego, Munición, Explosivos y Otros Materiales Relacionados

Articulo 42. Normas de Seguridad

Las personas jurídicas bolivianas y extranjeras que realicen las actividades de importación, exportación, fabricación de armas de fuego, otras armas, municiones, explosivos y otros artefactos y materiales relacionados, así como usuarios y comercializadores de explosivos, deben cumplir con las normas de seguridad, prevención y protección de sus almacenes o depósitos, establecida en la normativa vigente y la que determine el Ministerio de Defensa.

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Supreme Decree No. 2175, Regulation of the Act No. 400 on the Control of Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives and other Related Materials

Article 42. Security Measures

Bolivian and foreign legal persons carrying out the import, export and/or manufacture of firearms, other weapons, ammunition, explosives and other related items and materials, as well as users and dealers of explosives, must comply with the security, prevention and protection measures for their storage sites or warehouses, as established in the current legislation and other norms determined by the Ministry of Defence.

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