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Moreau, Virginie, Cédric Poitevin and Jihan Seniora. 2010 ‘Comparison of the Main Regulatory Aspects Examined - Senegal.’ Arms Transfer Controls: The Example of French-Speaking States in Sub-Saharan Africa; Annex III (Tables I, II, III), pp. 19-24. Brussels: Groupe de Recherche et d'Information sur la Paix et la Sécurité (GRIP). 1 May

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Comparison of the Main Regulatory Aspects Examined - Senegal

National Legislation Studied
- Law No. 66 03 of 18 January 1966 on the system for arms and ammunition
- Decree No. 66 889 of 17 November 1966 establishing the application modalities for Law No. 66 03 of 18 January 1966 on the system for arms and ammunition

Table of National Regulation

Date of legislation: 1966 and 1966 (application text)
Category of arms: "Arms, the ammunition, spare parts and specialised material that can be used in their manufacture"
- Import: yes
- Export: yes
- Transit: no
- Brokering: no
Authority responsible: Home Office

Comments:
Imports and exports banned, unless subject to derogation (established in accordance with and annual quota)

Table of Operational Mechanisms

Imports:
- Approval: yes
- Licence: yes
- Decision Making Process: no
- Operational Criteria: no
Exports
- Approval: yes
- Licence: yes
- Decision Making Process: no
- Operational Criteria: no
Transit
- Approval: no
- Licence: no
- Decision Making Process: no
- Operational Criteria: no

Comments:
The term "transfer" is used for transactions within national territory

ID: Q4015

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