Amendement to Import Permit and Declared Goods Regulations

LEGAL NOTICE No. 100/2005 A LEGAL NOTICE TO AMEND THE IMPORT AND DECLARED GOODS REGULATIONS, LEGAL NOTICE NO. 78/2003

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Foreign Currency Regulations

LEGAL NOTICE 101/2005 REGULATIONS REGARDING OPENING FOREIGN CURRENCY DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS, SETTLEMENT OF DOMESTIC TRANSACTIONS, CURRENCY REMITTANCE AND EXCHANGE, TRAVELERS INTO AND OUT OF ERITREA AND IMPORTERS' OBLIGATIONS

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Amendement to Foreign Currency Regulations

LEGAL NOTICE NO. 102/2005 A LEGAL NOTICE TO AMEND THE REGULATIONS REGARDING THE OPENING OF FOREIGN CURRENCY DEPOSIT ACCOUNTS, SETTLEMENT OF DOMESTIC TRANSACTIONS, CURRENCY REMITTANCE AND EXCHANGE, TRAVELERS INTO AND OUT OF ERITREA AND IMPORTERS’ OBLIGATIONS, LEGAL NOTICE NO. 101/2005

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Administration of Non-Governmental Organizations

PROCLAMATION No. 145/2005 A PROCLAMATION TO DETERMINE THE ADMINISTRATION OF NON-GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATIONS Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as the “Non-governmental Organization Administration Proclamation No.145/2005’’.

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Public Sector Pension Fund

PROCLAMATION NO. 146/2005 A PROCLAMATION TO DETERMINE THE RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF EMPLOYEES, BENEFICIARIES AND THE EMPLOYER UNDER THE PUBLIC SECTOR PENSION FUND Article 1. Short Title This Proclamation may be cited as the “Proclamation No.146/2005 to Determine the Rights and Obligations of Employees, Beneficiaries and the Employer under the Public Sector Pension Fund”.

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Construction Activities Regulation

PROCLAMATION No. 147/2005 A PROCLAMATION TO REGULATE CONSTRUCTION ACTIVITIES

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