Structure, Function and Responsibilities of the Government of Eritrea

This proclamation may be cited as "A Proclamation to Determine the Structure, Function, and Responsibilities of the Government of Eritrea, No. 37/1993."

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Ministers, Administrators and Commissioners of the Government of Eritrea

Legal Notice 12/1993 Regulations to Appoint Ministers, Regional Administrators, Heads of Authorities and Offices of the Eritrean Government

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Amendement to Rental Tax Proclamation

Proclamation No. 43/1993 Proclamation to Amend Proclamation 173/1996, Proclamation to Abolish Tax from House Rent and Regulate Income Tax

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Amendement to Rent and Tenancy Relationship

Proclamation No. 39/1993 Proclamation Issued to Amend Proclamation No. 27/1992, Proclamation to Regulate Rate of Rent and Tenancy Relationship

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Tenancy Administration

Proclamation No. 38/1993 Proclamation to Establish Provisional House Leasing Administration Office and to Regulate Tenancy Relationship

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UnLicensed Businesses

Proclamation 31/1993 Proclamation to Punish those Involved in Unlicensed Business

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Ministries, Commissions, Authorities and Offices of the Eritrean Government

Legal Notice 11/1993 Regulations to Determine the Structure of Ministries, Commissions, Authorities and Offices of the Eritrean Government

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Income Tax on Petroleum Operations

PROCLAMATION No. 41/1993 A PROCLAMATION TO PROVIDE FOR PAYMENT OF INCOME TAX ON PETROLEUM OPERATIONS Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as the “Petroleum Operations Income Tax Proclamation No. 41/1993.”

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Petroleum Operations

PROCLAMATION No. 40/1993 A PROCLAMATION TO GOVERN PETROLEUM OPERATIONS

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Loan Agreement between Eritrea, Ethiopia and the International Development Association

PROCLAMATION No. 33/1993 A PROCLAMATION TO AUTHORIZE THE SUBSIDIARY LOAN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENTS OF ERITREA AND ETHIOPIA AND THE PROJECT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF ERITREA AND THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION

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