Community Courts

Proclamation 122/2003 Proclamation to Establish Community Courts

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Commission for Diaspora Affairs

Proclamation 121/2002 Proclamation to Establish the Eritrean Diaspora Affairs Commission

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Earnest in Rent Contracts

Proclamation 107/2000 Proclamation to Regulation Rent and Payment of Earnest in House Leasing Contracts

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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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Amendement to Transitional Civil Code and Transitonal Criminal Procedure Code

Proclamation 101/1997 Proclamation to Amend Proclamation 1/1991, Proclamation to Determine the Structure and Powers of Judicial Institutions, Proclamation 25/1992, Proclamation to Amend the Proclamation to Determine the Structure and Power of Transitional Institutions for the Administration of Justice and Civil and Criminal Procedure

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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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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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EriLaws aspires to advance rule of law by providing up to date and reliable access to law. As it is the case with several African states, national laws are not easily accessible. Lack of access to law hinders development of legal education, legal research, advocacy and economic development. EriLaws aims to bridge the information gap by catering legal resources to broad range of audience. EriLaws hopes access to critical resources will advance rule of law and economic growth for both the Eritrean and South Sudanese Societies.

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