Corrigenda No. 5/1996

Corrigenda No. 5/1996

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Integration of Members of National Service into Work Force

Proclamation 89/1996 Proclamation to Determine the Reintegration of Nationals who Completed their National Service to the Work Force

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Work Hours

Legal Notice 28/1996 Regulations to Determine the Working Hours of Ministries, Commissions, Authorities, and Government Offices which are Run by their own Budget or use Government Budget

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National Service as a Work Force

Legal Notice 27/1996 Regulations to Provide the Recruitment and Reintegration of Nationals who Completed their National Service to the Work Force

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Constituent Assembly Proclamation

PROCLAMATION No. 92/1996 THE CONSTITUENT ASSEMBLY PROCLAMATION

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Eritrean Development and Investment Bank

PROCLAMATION No. 91/ 1996 PROCLAMATION TO PROVIDE FOR THE ESTABLISHMENT OF ERITREAN DEVELOPMENT AND INVESTMENT BANK Article 1. Short Title This proclamation may be cited as “the Eritrean Development and investment proclamation No.91/96.”

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Press Proclamation

PROCLAMATION No. 90/1996 THE PRESS PROCLAMATION Article 1. Short Title and Effective Date (1) This Proclamation may be cited as the “Press Proclamation No. 90/1996”. (2) This Proclamation shall enter into force on the date of its publication in the Gazette of Eritrean Laws.

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Advocates Proclamation

PROCLAMATION No. 88/1996 THE ADVOCATES PROCLAMATION

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Credit Agreement between Eritrea and International Development Association

PROCLAMATION No. 87/1996 A PROCLAMATION TO APPROVE THE DEVELOPMENT CREDIT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT OF ERITREA AND THE INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION

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National Commission on Zugar-Hanish

PROCLAMATION No. 84/1996 A PROCLAMATION TO ESTABLISH A NATIONAL COMMISSION ON THE ZUQAR-HANISH ARCHIPELAGOS DISPUTE AND THE DELINEATION OF MARITIME BOUNDARY BETWEEN THE STATE OF ERITREA AND THE REPUBLIC OF YEMEN

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