National Service Proclamation

Proclamation No. 82/1995 National Service Proclamation

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Private Medical Practice

Proclamation 74/1995 Proclamation to Regulate Private Medical Practice

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Activities of Religious Organizations

Proclamation No. 73/1995 Proclamation to Regulate Activities of Religious and Religious Organizations

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Amendment to National Service proclamation

Proclamation No. 71/1995 Proclamation to Amend the National Service Proclamation

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Agency for Supervision and Privitization of Public Enterprises

PROCLAMATION No. 83/1995 THE NATIONAL AGENCY FOR THE SUPERVISION AND PRIVATISATION OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as the “The National Agency For the Supervision And Privatization of Public Enterprises Proclamation No.83/ 1995.”

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Loan Agreement Eritrea and Kuwait Fund for Arab Economic Development

PROCLAMATION NO. 81/1995 A PROCLAMATION TO APPROVE THE LOAN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF ERITREA AND THE KUWAIT FUND FOR ARAB ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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Loan Agreement Eritrea and Arab Bank for Economic Development in Africa

PROCLAMATION No. 80/1995 A PROCLAMATION TO APPROVE THE LOAN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF ERITREA AND THE ARAB BANK FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

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Loan Agreement Eritrea and Saudi Fund for Development

PROCLAMATION No.79/1995 A PROCLAMATION TO APPROVE THE LOAN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF ERITREA AND THE SAUDI FUND FOR DEVELOPMENT

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Loan Agreement Eritrea and Abu Dhabi Fund for Development

PROCLAMATION No. 78/1995 A PROCLAMATION TO APPROVE THE LOAN AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF ERITREA AND THE ABU DHABI FUND FOR DEVELOPMENT

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Registration of Eritrean Ships

PROCLAMATION NO 77/1995 A PROCLAMATION TO REGULATE THE REGISTRATION OF ERITREAN SHIPS

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