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Angola – Human rights – Law, Act. Antigua and Barbuda – Human rights – Law, Act.
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Freedom of Information Act, No. Gives effect to the provisions of the Constitution conferring the right to receive and disseminate information. Sexual Offences Act, No. Defines ely sets penalties for sexual offences.
An adult who has sexual intercourse with a minor under 16 years of age who is in his or her employment is guilty of an offence and liable to imprisonment for ten years s. Sections 21 and 22 prohibit brothels and prostitution. Ombudsman Act, No. Provides for an Ombudsman to investigate administrative decisions and acts of officers of the government and statutory bodies.
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Sets out the functions of the ombudsman, procedures to be followed in respect of investigations, special powers such as the power to visit premises, and requires that the ombudsman take an oath to maintain secrecy regarding information obtained in the course of his or her duties.
Argentina – Human rights – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance. Argentina – Human rights – Law, Act. Tiene la siguiente estructura: Armenia – Human rights – Law, Act.
Rephrases article 10 on the abortion also supplementing it with the new paragraphs and sub-paragraphs, which state that during the period of gestation till 12 weeks lye is allowed to be carry out only with the written consent leg woman, during ely period of weeks of gestation-exclusively only on the basis of medical or social reasons and with the written consent of woman.
Paragraph 2’s new wording states, that abortion, out of medical and social reasons developed and regulated by state authority, is prohibited. New paragraph 8 says that RA Government establishes the regulation and conditions of abortion including the medical contraindications and necessary lists of investigations, medical and social reasons, the application form for woman applying for abortion until 12 weeks of gestation, form of consent of parents of minors applying for abortion.
24312 articles part 2 of article 9 Conditions and terms of appointing age labour pensions and part 1 of article 12 Conditions and terms of appointing disability labour pensions with lry sentences, also article 32 Documents verifying working experience and procedure of calculating working experience with a new paragraph.
Introduces wording changes to articles part 1 of article 20 Conditions and terms of appointing disability military pensionpart 1 of article 29 Periods calculated in working experiencearticle 33 Appointing a pensionMakes minor changes in articles 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 41, 44, Article 7 of this law enters into force on 1 March Repeals part 4 of article 10 Reasons for termination of granting an asylum and the recognition of refugee. Rephrases article 30 Identification card of a refugee ; supplements the law with new articles Also makes minor wording changes in articles 29, 36, 53, 54, 58, Introduces separate transitional provisions mainly concerning the identification card and conventional travel document of refugee.
Rephrases part 5 of article 7 Asylum for family and reunion of family supplementing it with part 6; also changes the wording of article 8 Asylum seekers lsy refugees with special needslfy 14 Terms of life sustenance32 RA state authorities competent in asylum issues34 Competencies of migration authority supplementing it with new sub-paragraphs 8.
Adds new article Also introduces minor changes to articles 1, 11, 12, 25, 42, 45, 49, 52, 55, 56, Part 2 of article 14 enters into force on 1 January Armenia – Human rights – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance. Ratifies the amendments made in the Council of Europe Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data pursuant to point 2 of para 1 of article 81 of the Constitution.
Regulates legal basis for granting of passports, renewing passports, cancellation of passports as well as the grounds for its revocation. Introduces changes related to main aims, restrictions and basis of Ombudsman’s activity.
Regulates the procedure and right of Ombudsman to obtain information from authorities as well as issues related to Ombudsman’s office’s stuffing. Defines the procedure of appointment and dismissal of the Human Rights Commissioner, as well as the powers, the terms of service and the guarantees for the performance of duties of the Commissioner. Act on Freedom of Information Text No. Regulates, inter alia, issues of protection of people’s reproductive health and their rights to reproduction as well as procedure and conditions of use of technological devices.
Defines, inter alia, the rules of collection and use of private data and related databases. HO of 8 October on Personal Data. General provisions Chapter 2.
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Processing of Personal Data Chapter 3. Account for Infringement of the Law Chapter 4.
Enforcement of the Law. Law of 3 July on political parties. General provisions Chapter 2: Establishment of parties Chapter 3: Structure of the party Chapter 4: Rights and obligations of parties Chapter 5: State assistance to parties Chapter 6: Reorganization, liquidation and prohibition of the activity of a party Chapter 7: Law on Language No.
Establishes the principal tenets of the policy on language of the Republic of Armenia, shall govern a status of language, language relations between bodies of state authority and administration, enterprises, institutions and organizations. Provides that “In the Republic of Armenia the citizens’ freedom of conscience and profession of faith are guaranteed. Each citizen decides freely his position toward religion, has the right to profess a desired religion or not to profess any religion, to engage in religious rites individually or together with other citizens.
Australia – Human rights – Law, Act. Privacy Legislation Amendment Act No. Inserts new section AC concerning the authorisation of collection of particular health information.
Human Rights Commission Act A Makes amendments to sections 4, 20, 53, 54 as well as Schedules 1 and 2. Human Rights Act A Prostitution Act, Act. Comprehensive legislation on prostitution. Establishes a licensing system and regulates development approvals, prohibited brothels, offences related to prostitution and several administrative matters. Prostitution Control Amendment Act No. Amends Prostitution Control Act in order to facilitate the prosecution of persons who operate a brothel or escort agency without holding a licence.
Confers certain powers on inspectors lsy under the Fair Trading Actamends the definition of “sexual services”, and generally strengthens the control of prostitution in Victoria. Australia – Human rights – Regulation, Decree, Ordinance.
Workplace Video Surveillance Regulation No. Made under the Workplace Video Surveillance Act Prescribes form of application for the issue, variation or cancellation of covert surveillance authorities under the Act. Also makes provision for the keeping le records as well as some related matters. Enables Privacy Commissioner to exercise the function of the Privacy Committee under 24231 Privacy Committee Act until such time as the Privacy Commissioner’s function under the new Act are commenced.
Amends provisions of the Prostitution Control Act regarding summons and disciplinary action by the Prostitution Control Board. Freedom of Information Amendment Act No. Replaces sections 36 and 37 relating to cabinet matters and Executive Council matters and inserts a new part 7 containing transitional provisions.
Provides that the Human Rights Sexual Conduct Act extends to every external Territory and that sexual conduct involving only consenting adults acting in private is not to be subject, by or under any law of the Commonwealth, a State or a Territory, to any arbitrary interference with privacy within the meaning of Article 17 of the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. Whistleblowers Protection Act No. Provides for a scheme that, in the public interest, gives special protection to disclosures about unlawful, negligent or improper public sector conduct or danger to public health or safety or the environment.
Deals with matters such as disclosure process, privilege, protection and compensation.
Amends the Freedom of Information Regulationsinter alia, by inserting a regulation 2A providing for a definition of “non-personal information”; by substituting in regulations 4, 5 and 6 the words “the Schedule” for the words “Schedule 1” and by inserting regulations 9 and 10 relating to prescribed personal details and specified bodies, etc. Provides that the exemption from access to information given in certain Acts by the section 48 secrecy provisons of the Freedom of Information Act shall continue.
This amendment is intended to balance openness against legitimate claims for secrecy in the interest of people about whom the Government holds information. Amendments in respect of transfer of applications, conduct of lfy and related matters. Sort by Ascending Date of adoption Date of entry ly Date of publication Country Subject Descending Date of adoption Date of entry force Date of publication Country Subject results 50 per page per page per page.