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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Franco-Valuta and Foreign Currency

Proclamation 19/1994 Proclamation to Regulate Franco-Valut and Foreign Currency Exchange

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Registration of Non-Governmental Organizations

Legal Notice 17/1994 Regulation to Register NGOs

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Ministries, Commissions, Authorities and Offices

Legal Notice 16/1994 Regulations to Determine the Organization of Ministries, Commission, and Authorities of the Eritrean Government

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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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Amendment to Administration of Justice Proclamation

Proclamation 25/1992 Proclamation to Amend Proclamations 1/1991, Proclamation on the Administration of Justice in Eritrea, 3/1991, Transitional Civil Procedure Code of Eritrea, and 5/1991, Transitional Criminal Procedure Code of Eritrea, 25/1992

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Transitional Government of Eritrea

Proclamation No. 23/1992 Proclamation to Define the Organization, Powers, and Duties of the Transitional Government of Eritrea

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Referendum Proclamation

Proclamation 22/1992 Referendum Proclamation

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Payment of Interest from Saving Account

Legal Notice 6/1992 Regulations to Govern the Payment of Interest for Saving Account by Eritrean Banks

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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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