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Venezuela. 2014 ‘Carrying Firearms in Prohibited Places (Porte de Arma de Fuego en Lugares Prohibidos).’ Decree No. 881, promulgating Regulations for the Law on Disarmament and Control of Firearms and Ammunition; Title III, Chapter II, §6 (Article 71), p. 13. Caracas: Official Gazette of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela No. 6.129. 8 April

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Decreto N° 881, mediante el cual se dicta el Reglamento de la Ley para el Desarme y Control de Armas y Municiones

Artículo 71. Porte de Arma de Fuego en Lugares Prohibidos

Quien lleve consigo un arma de fuego o municiones, en reuniones, manifestaciones, o espectáculos públicos, eventos deportivos, marchas, huelgas, mítines, obras civiles en construcción, procesos electorales o refrendarios, instituciones educativas, centros de salud o religioso, terminales de pasajeros, unidades de transporte público, así como en lugares de expendio y consumo de bebidas alcohólicas especificamente en el caso de terminales de pasajeros en su fase de post chequeo para las unidades de transporte aéreo marítimo, fluvial y terrestres, exceptuándose de esta prohibición los miembros de la Fuerza Armada Nacional Bolivariana, Organismos Policiales y Organismos de Seguridad del Estado y elementos de seguridad personal de altos funcionarios del Estado.

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Decree No. 881, promulgating Regulations for the Law on Disarmament and Control of Firearms and Ammunition

Article 71. Carrying Firearms in Prohibited Places

Whoever carries a firearm or ammunition in meetings, demonstrations or public events, sporting events, marches, strikes, rallies, civil work under construction, electoral or referendum processes, educational institutions, health or religious centres, transport terminals, public transport units, as well as in places where alcoholic beverages are sold and consumed, especially in airports, sea and river ports and land terminals after passengers have completed the check-in stage; those exempted from this prohibition are the members of the Bolivarian National Armed Forces, Police forces and State Security forces and personal security staff working for high State functionaries.

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