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South Sudan. 2016 ‘Places Where Firearms are Prohibited.’ Firearms Bill 2016; Chapter X (Section 46), p. 19. Juba: Republic of South Sudan. 1 January

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46. Places where Firearms are prohibited

(1) Carrying firearms is prohibited in the following public places:

(a) place of worship;
(b) hospitals and health centres;
(c) markets or public gathering places;
(d) schools and other institutions of learning;
(e) night clubs, bars and restaurants; and
(f) courts of law and public attorneys' offices.

(2) The Minister may prohibit the carrying of firearms in certain places for certain periods of time.

ID: Q12144

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