Fishery Product Regulations

LEGAL NOTICE No. 40/1998 THE FISHERY PRODUCT REGULATIONS

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Amendement to Transitional Civil Code of Eritrea

Proclamation 103/1998 Proclamation to Repeal Articles of the Transitional Civil Code of Eritrea Pertaining Armed Fighters

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Treasury Securities

PROCLAMATION No. 106/ 1998 A PROCLAMATION TO PROVIDE FOR THE ISSUANCE OF TREASURY SECURITIES

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Fishery Product Proclamation

PROCLAMATION No. 105/1998 THE FISHERY PRODUCT PROCLAMATION Article 1. Issuing authority This Proclamation has been proclaimed by the Government of the State of Eritrea.

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Fisheries Proclamation

PROCLAMATION No. 104/1998 THE FISHERIES PROCLAMATION

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Communications Proclamation

PROCLAMATION No. 102/1998 COMMUNICATIONS PROCLAMATION Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as "the Communications Proclamation No. 102/1998".

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Telecommunication Networks and Services

LEGAL NOTICE No. 43/1998 REGULATIONS ON TELECOMMUNICATIONS NETWORKS AND SERVICES Issuing Authority These Regulations are issued by the Ministry of Transport and Communications pursuant to Article 8 of the Communications Proclamation (Proclamation No. 102/1998). Article 1. Short Title These Regulations may be cited as “the Regulations on Telecommunications Networks and Services Legal Notice No 43/1998.”

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Potable Water Regulations

LEGAL NOTICE No. 42/1998 THE POTABLE WATER REGULATIONS

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Fishery Product Hazard Critical Control Points

LEGAL NOTICE No. 41/1998 THE FISHERY PRODUCT HAZARD ANALYSIS CRITICAL CONTROL POINTS (HACCP) REGULATIONS

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Fishery Product Regulations

LEGAL NOTICE No. 40/1998 THE FISHERY PRODUCT REGULATIONS

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