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Mauritania. 1960 ‘Article 24.’ Decree No 60.072 of April 20, 1960, on Arms and Ammunition in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania (Décret No 60.072 du 20 Avril 1960 fixant le régime des armes à feu et munitions en R.I.M.); Title III. Nouakchott: Office of the President of the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. 20 April

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Article 24:

A leur arrivée en Mauritanie, les munitions sont entreposées sous la responsabilité des commerçants et à leurs risques et périls. Ces dépôts ne pourront être situés que dans les localités pourvues d'un poste administratif permanent.

Ils comporteront obligatoirement un local spécial et clos muni de deux serrures de sûreté et offrant toutes garanties de sécurité contre l'incendie et le vol, le local sera agréé par l'autorité administrative locale et soumis trimestriellement à son contrôle.

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Article 24:

On arrival in Mauritania, ammunition is stored under the responsibility of the dealers and at their own risk and peril. These ammunition stores can only be located in places where there is a Permanent Administrative Office.

They must be composed of a special and closed room equipped with two safety locks and offering all safety guarantees against fire and robbery, the room must be certified by the Local Administrative Authority and is subject to a control every quarter.

ID: Q5487

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