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Algeria. 2016 ‘Brokering (Courtage).’ National Report of Algeria 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); Section 4, p. 13. New York NY: Permanent Mission of Algeria to the United Nations. 1 January

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Chapitre 4 : Courtage

Lois, règlements et procédures administratives

8. Votre pays s'est-il doté de lois, règlements ou procédures administratives qui régissent le courtage d'ALPC ? OUI

8.1 Veuillez dresser la liste des lois, règlements ou procédures administratives qui régissent le courtage d'ALPC dans votre pays.

La législation algérienne prévoit le monopole exclusif de l'État en matière de transactions d'armes et de munitions, conformément aux dispositions de l'Ordonnance n°97-06 du 21/01/1997, relative aux matériels de guerre, armes et munitions.

Ainsi, aucune activité de courtage en matière de commercialisation des armes n'est prévue par la législation algérienne…

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Translated content:

Section 4: Brokering

Laws, regulations and administrative procedures

8. Does your country have laws, regulations and/or administrative procedures governing brokering of SALW? YES

8.1. List laws and/or administrative procedures regulating SALW brokering in your country.

Algerian legislation provides for a monopoly of the State in terms of firearms and ammunition transfers, according to the provisions of Ordinance No. 97-06 of 21/01/1997 on weapons of war, firearms and ammunition.

Thus, the Algerian legislation provides no brokering activities related to the commerce of weapons…

[ALPC = Armes légères et de petit calibre; SALW = Small Arms and Light Weapons]

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