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Order of Council of Ministers No. The transportation and disposal of toxic and radioactive waste is sentenced up to 5 years in prison. When this act causes damage to peoples' lives it is sentenced up to 15 years in prison. Penal Code of the Republic of Albania , No. When the act leads to death, serious harm to the health of people or other serious material consequences, it is sentenced with a fine or up to 10 years imprisonment. Criminal Code of the Republic of Albania , No.

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Order of Council of Ministers No. The transportation and disposal of toxic and radioactive waste is sentenced up to 5 years in prison. When this act causes damage to peoples' lives it is sentenced up to 15 years in prison. Penal Code of the Republic of Albania , No. When the act leads to death, serious harm to the health of people or other serious material consequences, it is sentenced with a fine or up to 10 years imprisonment.

Criminal Code of the Republic of Albania , No. Article on producing military weapons. Decision No. Ordinance No. Implementation of counter-terrorism measures, placing under police custody, nature of the punishments imposed for acts of terrorism and terrorist activities.

No Description Available. Decree No. Algeria also undertakes not to transfer to any recipient whatsoever and not in any way to assist, encourage or induce any State or other entity to manufacture or acquire the above-mentioned agents or toxins.

Legislative Decree No. Defines the remit of the public authorities with regard to the sanctioning of terrorist acts. Executive Decree No. Defines the security regulations applicable to activities involving hazardous substances and chemicals. Several implementing regulations are envisaged. Penal Code, Art. Article of the new Penal Code criminalizes violations of safety standards posing a specific threat to persons. Article 23 of the Penal Code deals with complicity.

An accomplice is an individual who is not the perpetrator of a crime but who knowingly cooperates in the execution of the criminal act by prior or simultaneous actions. Prior or simultaneous acts or omissions designed to knowingly assist the perpetrator s of the offence are punished as complicity, unless they themselves constitute a separate offence punishable by a more severe penalty. In the area of biological and chemical weapons, article of the new Penal Code criminalizes the use of genetic technology to produce biological weapons.

Any attempt or conspiracy to engage in such use is likewise criminalized. The production, development, marketing, possession, transfer or stockpiling of chemical or biological weapons or related munitions shall be punished by imprisonment for 6 to 12 years. Possession of more than one of any such weapons or munitions, even if disassembled, shall be considered as stockpiling of chemical or biological weapons; holding of any weapon or munition, even if disassembled, shall be considered as possession.

Marketing shall include acquisition as well as sale, import or export. Any research or study of a scientific or technical nature aimed at the creation of a new chemical weapon or the modification of an existing weapon shall be considered as development of chemical or biological weapons.

Any weapon so defined by the international treaties and conventions to which Andorra is a party shall be considered as a chemical or biological weapon. Any person using chemical or biological weapons or initiating military preparations for that purpose shall be punished by imprisonment for 15 to 20 years, without prejudice to penalties which may be imposed pursuant to other provisions of the Code.

Attempts to commit such offences shall be punishable. General Health Act of 20 March There are strict controls on the creation, opening and operation of any installation or establishment producing biological substances or medical or laboratory equipment or material, or other articles for medical use, which are subject to the quality standards required by the relevant international bodies.

The General Health Act of 20 March establishes a procedure for the issue of authorizations, ensuring that the aforementioned products comply with the standards of effectiveness, tolerance, purity and stability and information requirements established by international scientific best practices.

The Government may require prior individual authorization or the approval of a particular product for distribution, and may conduct a health inspection, inter alia, of potentially dangerous chemicals or biological products.

The labelling, presentation, preservation, storage, handling, marketing and transport of these health products are also regulated by the Government. Under this Act, the Government may establish a requirement for physical and legal persons to obtain prior authorization for activities related to the import, export or distribution of medicines and other health products.

Sensitive Materials Control Act, 4 March The Sensitive Materials Control Act, the aim of which is to put a stop to all illicit activities in the area of sensitive materials, provides for appropriate monitoring so that acts which constitute misdemeanours or serious offences under customs law may at the same time receive prior verification and investigation by the Administration, and be penalized a posteriori pursuant to the appropriate rules of law.

The same instrument also defines all the conditions and obligations to be complied with by a person wishing to engage in any activity involving goods considered as sensitive, as well as possible commercial activities which involve dealing in sensitive goods, such as manufacturing, import, distribution, retailing, transportation or storage of such goods.

Persons engaging in such activities are required to hold an official authorization to handle sensitive goods, and to record such transactions in a register of invoices issued or received and of stocks, which is essential in order to give the greatest possible transparency to all the aforementioned operations.

Act on Industrial Safety and Quality of 22 June That Act seeks to prevent and limit risks and establish effective safeguards against incidents or accidents which may occur during an industrial activity and which could endanger the life of persons or cause damage to facilities.

Safety procedures must be followed at all stages of industrial activity, from production to use, including the storage and transport of industrial products, in accordance with article 6 of the Act. Antigua and Barbuda. The Biological Weapons Act, Chapter Implementing the Convention through legal deinitions, prohibition of activities, conditions for prosecution, offences by corporate bodies, arrests without warrant and powers to search and obtain evidence.

Sanctions with imprisonment from years any person who poisons or alters in any dangerous way, drinking water or any food supply destined for public use. If death is caused by the crime, the punishment will be imprisonment from years. He who, wanting to cause public fear or raise tumults or disorder, were to take action in causing alarm or would use other means to cause fear, will be sentenced from years of imprisonment. If he uses explosives, aggressive chemicals, biological or bacteriological in nature, and if the crime does not constitute one against public safety, he will be sentenced from years of.

Act No. Grants that the Argentine Coastguard is the agency responsible for detaining, investigating and seizing shipments suspected of containing weapons of mass destruction.

Implements measures for the prevention of the introduction of BSE into Argentina and prohibits the import of foods that contain meats, trifles, viscera and by-products of ruminant origin coming from a variety of European countries.

Orders the destruction of residual and organic wastes of animal or vegetable origin coming from abroad. Law No. Sets the law on foot and mouth disease. Prohibits the commercialisation and profit from production, preparation, stockpiling, conservation, distribution, supply, transport, import and export of human blood and all its components and derivatives.

Resolution No. Penal Code, Chapter I Article Sentences anyone who kills or attemtpts ot kill another with malice, poison or in any other insidious way to life imprisonment. Sentences anyone who voluntarily spreads a dangerous or infectious disease with years imprisonment. Establishes a contingency plan for the transport and manipulation of biological materials. Regulates the creation, manipulation, stockpiling, recollection, transport, and treatment of all pathogenic residues.

Regulations for laboratories set by the department of Hygiene and Security. If he uses explosives, aggressive chemicals, biological or bacteriological in nature, and if the crime does not constitute one against public safety, he will be sentenced from years of imprisonment. More Information on Relevant Argentinian Norms. For more information on the Argeninian norms in the areas of diseases, biotechnology, regional norms, dangerous waste, public health, blood, animal and plant sanitation, and hygine and security of work and transport see the Country section for Argentina.

Guidelines for Testing Genetically Modified Plants. Provides for controls on contagious and exotic illnesses and prohibits the import into the country of any animal that suffers from an infectious disease. Establishes the general regulations for the sanitary police for animals.

Veterinary Products Law. Manufacturing and Trading Controls. The acquisition, use, possession, transfer, transport, introduction into the country and export of fire arms or any other device, chemical substances and any material that is classified as War Material, gun powder, explosives, arms and munitions, are subject to.

Seeds and Phytogenetic Products Law No. Section 3 classifies poisoned projectiles as war material. Article Requires establishments where infectious substances are created and manipulated to follow the prescriptions within the law. Prohibits the entry into Argentina of vegetables with soil residue, potted plants and bulbs and tubers marred with dirt.

Authorizes the relevant body to grant export licenses. On general regulations for the transport of hazardous material, as amended by decision No. Coastguard stations in whose jurisdiction there are ports that handle hazardous goods take cognizance of such shipments in advance and authorize them upon presentation of a declaration with a list, drawn up in a specific format, of all the hazardous goods in the shipment, whether intended for entry, exit or transit.

Its checks include verification of whether the goods are packed, marked and labelled in accordance with the provisions of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code. Governs border controls on domestic security. Implements a regime of control for sensitive exports and war material by creating the National Commission for the Control of Sensitive Exports and War Material. A list of biological material denounced by the Australia Group is utilized by this National Commission.

An import certificate form must be authorized in every case by the National Commission for the Control of. To implement regulations contained in Act No. Deals with the safe production, handling, transportation, treatment and final disposal of dangerous wastes. Contents: creation of a National Register of Producers and Handlers of Dangerous Wastes, and the requirements of information to be submitted to this Register by enterprises that produce, transport, treat, or dispose of dangerous wastes; responsibilities; enforcement.

In annex: detailed lists of dangerous wastes by category and definition ; codes for dangerous properties; definition of disposal operations; definition of operations that may lead to recycling and other forms of resource recuperation.

Establishes punishment of years imprisonment for deliberate contamination of the water, soil, or atmosphere or for putting in risk the quality of life of the.

Article 3Prohibits the import, introduction and transport of all kinds of residues coming from other countries into the national territory, its air and sea space.

Establishes biosafety norms for health establishments under the auspices of the National Program of the Fight Against HIV and AIDS and sets biosafety recommendations for laboratories that work with biological materials.

Provides to the Commission on Control of Sensitive Exports and War Materials the authority to grant import certificates and establishes a more responsive mechanism for the updating of the control lists.

Transport of hazardous materials. Establishes the national technical regulations on the handling of bio-pathological residues in health units. Approves the International Plant Protection Convention. Within the Department of Agriculture, Livestock, Fishing and Food, the Division for the Coordination of Pharmacological, Veterinary and Food Products for Animals oversees the authorization of facilities that prepare and store biological products, with a view to preventing some of the diseases included in the lists.

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The tax system determines the concept and classification of taxes in Bolivia. Tributes are the obligations in. Even if a person only undertakes military preparation for using bacteriological, biological or toxin weapons as a method of warfare without actually using themhe shall be punished by a deprivation of liberty. Establishes the universal licensing system for imports. Inspection supervision of the Law implementation has been regulated.

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