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  1. Myanmar - - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Ministry of Health, Myanmar National Strategic Plan & Operational Plan on HIV and AIDS 2011 - 2015 (Concise Version). - Legislation and Policy on-line

    Adoption: 2011-01-06 | MMR-2011-M-90650

    This document provides a summary of the National Strategic Plan & Operational Plan on HIV and AIDS 2011 - 2015. It is intended to provide parties concerned with a quick reference to the main components of the Strategic Plan. It provides a summary of information concerning the HIV situation in Myanmar and epidemiology trends as well as the objectives, guiding principles, strategic framework, roles, responsibilities and institutional arrangements, governing structures, priorities, interventions and key services, indicators and summary budget.

  2. Myanmar - - Constitution

    Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar (2008). - Act on-line Constitution on-line

    Adoption: 2008-05-29 | MMR-2008-C-79572

    Preamble
    Chapter 1. Basic Principles of the Union
    Chapter 2. State Structure
    Chapter 3. Head of State
    Chapter 4. Legislature
    Chapter 5. Executive
    Chapter 6. Judiciary
    Chapter 7. Defence Services
    Chapter 8. Citizen, Fundamental Rights and Duties of the Citizens
    Chapter 9. Election
    Chapter 10. Political Parties
    Chapter 11. Provisions on State of Emergency
    Chapter 12. Amendment of the Constitution
    Chapter 13. State Flag, State Seal, National Anthem and the Capital
    Chapter 14. Transitory Provisions
    Chapter 15. General Provisions

  3. Myanmar - - Constitution

    The Referendum Law for the Approval of the Draft Constitution of the Republic of the Union of Myanmar, 2008 (Law No 1/2008). - Act on-line Text in Burmese

    Adoption: 2008-02-26 | MMR-2008-C-79569

    Chapter I - Title and Definitions
    Chapter II - Convening the Referendum
    Chapter III - Formation of the Commission and Sub-commissions
    Chapter IV - Duties and Powers of the Commission for Holding Referendum and Sub-commissions
    Chapter V - Preparing Voting Rolls
    Chapter VI - Voting
    Chapter VII - Postponing and Dissolving of Voting
    Chapter VIII - Counting of Votes
    Chapter IX - Declaring Votes
    Chapter X - Prohibition and Penalty
    Chapter XI - Obtaining Financial and Staff Assistance
    Chapter XII - Miscellaneous

  4. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Law Amending the Myanmar Merchant Shipping Act, 2007 (Law No. 1/2007). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2007-02-07 | MMR-2007-L-87418

    All references to "home-trade ship" in the Act shall be replaced by the expression "near coastal voyage ship". Also makes numerous other amendments.

  5. Myanmar - - Accord international

    ASEAN Declaration on the Protection and Promotion of the Rights of Migrant Workers. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2007-01-13 | INT-2007-IA-93358

    Sets out the general principles of the Declaration and then the obligations of both the sending and receiving parties. These include:

    OBLIGATIONS OF RECEIVING STATES
    5. Intensify efforts to protect the fundamental human rights, promote the welfare and uphold human dignity of migrant workers;
    6. Work towards the achievement of harmony and tolerance between receiving states and migrant workers;
    7. Facilitate access to resources and remedies through information, training and education, access to justice, and social welfare services as appropriate and in accordance with the legislation of the receiving state, provided that they fulfill the requirements under applicable laws, regulations and policies of the said state, bilateral agreements and multilateral treaties;
    8. Promote fair and appropriate employment protection, payment of wages, and adequate access to decent working and living conditions for migrant workers;
    9. Provide migrant workers, who may be victims of discrimination, abuse, exploitation, violence, with adequate access to the legal and judicial system of the
    receiving states; and
    10. Facilitate the exercise of consular functions to consular or diplomatic authorities of states of origin when a migrant worker is arrested or committed to prison or custody or detained in any other manner, under the laws and regulations of the receiving state and in accordance with the Vienna Convention on Consular Relations.

    OBLIGATIONS OF SENDING STATES
    11. Enhance measures related to the promotion and protection of the rights of migrant workers;
    12. Ensure access to employment and livelihood opportunities for their citizens as sustainable alternatives to migration of workers;
    13. Set up policies and procedures to facilitate aspects of migration of workers, including recruitment, preparation for deployment overseas and protection of the migrant workers when abroad as well as repatriation and reintegration to the countries of origin; and
    14. Establish and promote legal practices to regulate recruitment of migrant workers and adopt mechanisms to eliminate recruitment malpractices through legal and valid
    contracts, regulation and accreditation of recruitment agencies and employers, and blacklisting of negligent/unlawful agencies.

  6. Myanmar - - Accord international

    Memorandum of Understanding on Cooperation against Trafficking in Persons in the Greater Mekong Sub-region. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2004-10-29 | INT-2004-IA-93359

    Sets out the commitments of the parties with respect to fighting against human trafficking in the Greater Mekong Sub-Region. These include efforts in the area of national and international policy making and cooperation; legal frameworks, law enforcement and justice; protection, recovery and reintegration; preventive measures; and mechanisms for implementation, monitoring and evaluation of the MoU.

  7. Myanmar - - Loi

    Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters Law (Law No. 4/2004). - Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 2004-04-28 | MMR-2004-L-87409

    Sets out the procedures for providing mutual assistance to other States that are party to international or regional Conventions on assistance in criminal matters that Myanmar has also ratified.

  8. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Law Amending the Judiciary Law, 2000 (Law No. 2/2003). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2003-02-02 | MMR-2003-L-87410

    The State Peace and Development Council hereby enacts the following law;-

    1. This Law shall be called the Law Amending the Judiciary Law, 2000.

    2. The expression "2 Deputy Chief Justices" contained in section 3 of the Judiciary Law, 2000 shall be substituted by the expression "3 Deputy Chief Justices"

  9. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Myanmar Maritime University Law (Law No. 1/2002). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2002-02-14 | MMR-2002-L-87411

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Establishment
    Chapter III - Aims of the University
    Chapter IV - Formation of the Council
    Chapter V - Functions and Duties of the Council
    Chapter VI - Formation of the University Academic Body and
    University Administrative Body
    Chapter VII - Organizational Set-up
    Chapter VIII - Finance
    Chapter IX - Miscellaneous

  10. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law Amending the Political Pension Law (No. 2/2001). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2001-02-28 | MMR-2001-L-73076

    Amends section 17 (a) and (b) concerning the right to enjoy political gratuity only after completion of a total period of at least 4 years during which political responsibility was carried out.

  11. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Attorney General Law, 2001 (Law No. 1/2001). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2001-02-27 | MMR-2001-L-87412

    Chapter I - Title
    Chapter II - Appointment of the Attorney General and the Deputy Attorney General
    Chapter III - Duties of the Attorney General
    Chapter IV - Powers of the Attorney General
    Chapter V - Formation of the Office of the Attorney General and the Different Levels of Law Offices
    Chapter VI - Functions and Duties of the Law Officers
    Chapter VII - Miscellaneous

  12. Myanmar - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Order supplementing Order No. 1/1999.

    Adoption: 2000-10-27 | MMR-2000-R-59641

    Supplements Order No. 1/1999 of 14 May 1999 by providing for prohibition of forced labour. Prohibition does not apply to requisition of work in cases of emergency due to fire, flood, storm, earthquake, epidemic disease, war or famine, posing an imminent danger to the public. Sets forth conditions for such work requisition.

  13. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law Amending the Political Pension Law (No. 7/2000). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2000-09-04 | MMR-2000-L-73075

    Amends section 5 (the right to enjoy monthly political pension shall be enjoyed only after attaining the age of 60) and 16 of the principal Law.

  14. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Judiciary Law, 2000 (Law No. 5/2000). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 2000-06-27 | MMR-2000-L-73048

    Chapter I - Title and Commencement
    Chapter II - Judicial Principles
    Chapter Ill - Formation and Seat of the Supreme Court
    Chapter IV - Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court
    Chapter V - Powers of the Supreme Court
    Chapter VI - Formation of the State or Divisional Court, the District Courts and the Township Courts
    Chapter VII - Jurisdiction and Powers of Courts
    Chapter VIII - Miscellaneous
    Repeals the Judiciary Law (The State Law and Order Restoration Council Law No.2/88).

  15. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Law relating to Overseas Employment (Law No. 3/99). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1999-07-09 | MMR-1999-L-72869

    Chapter I - Title and Definitions
    Chapter II - Objectives
    Chapter III - Formation of the Central Committee and the Functions and Duties thereof
    Chapter IV - Formation of the Supervisory Committee and Functions and Duties thereof
    Chapter V - Registration
    Chapter VI - Service Agent License
    Chapter VII - Appeal
    Chapter VIII - The Duties and Rights of Workers
    Chapter IX - Duties and Rights of Service Agent Licence Holder
    Chapter X - Offences and Penalties
    Chapter XI - Miscellaneous

  16. Myanmar - - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Directive No. (2/98) on Minimum hygiene conditions for on board fishing vessels. - Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 1998-08-03 | MMR-1998-M-87419

    The Directive contains two Annexes dealing with the hygienic requirements to comply with when handling and preserving fish products for a period exceeding 24 hours. Storage conditions must prevent any contamination either by fuel, dirt, heat or any other contaminating agent; water used for washing fish must be fresh (as per Directive 5/98) or clean seawater. If not maintained alive, fish must be cold-treated or unloaded in eight-hour time. All scaling and gutting procedures must be operated in clean areas and all non edible wastes kept separated from the edible ones and the latter refrigerated or frozen right after. All fishing vessels proceeding to freeze or chill the fish products, must be equipped with adequate and effective equipments and, in case of chilling, either by cooled seawater (CSW) or refrigerated seawater (RSW), all the tanks must be adequately filled and provided with working sewage. In every freezing or refrigerating facility a temperature sensor device must be present and in working conditions at all times and temperature charts available to inspecting authorities.

  17. Myanmar - - Loi

    Atomic Energy Law (No. 8/98). - Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 1998-06-08 | MMR-1998-L-87420

    The aims of this Law are to develop the use of atomic energy, to ensure safety in using atomic energy, to carry out measures for the prevention of atomic radiation effects on man and on the environment, and to exchange information with foreign research institutes on knowledge and technology related to atomic energy. The Law consists of 14 Chapters divided into 39 sections.
    The Ministry shall establish an Atomic Energy Council, which shall be formed by Ministers, Heads of Government Departments, Scientists, etc. Chapters IV to VI provide for duties and functions of the Ministers and of the Departments. Any individual in possession of any kind of nuclear or radioactive material shall apply to the Department for a registration certificate (Chapter VII). In case the individual shall utilize, produce, store, distribute or sell nuclear or radioactive material, a licence shall be obtained by the Department (Chapter VIII). For the import or export of any nuclear or radioactive material, the Government Department or Organization shall issue a licence or import-export permit (Chapter IX). The remaining Chapters contain administrative proceedings, prohibitions, penalties and provisions of miscellaneous nature.

  18. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Law Amending the Suppression of Prostitution Act, 1949 (Law No. 7/98). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1998-04-06 | MMR-1998-L-72889

    Amends the principal Act concerning the definition of "brothel" and increses the penalty contained in sections 5 and eight from a maximum of three to a maximum of five years imprisonment and they may also be liable to a fine.

  19. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Law amending the Union of Myanmar University Education Law, 1973 (Law No. 4/98).

    Adoption: 1998-03-25 | MMR-1998-L-72868

    Amends sections 2, 3, 5 and 8 of the 1973 Law with minor amendments. It also amends section 8(a) and (b) by replacing the provisions with new provisions concerning the composition of the University Central Council. Section 9(a) and (b) are amended with relation to the formation and composition of the Council of University Academic Bodies. Sections 9(c)(7) and 12 also have related amendments made to them.

  20. Myanmar - - Loi

    Television and Video Law (No. 8/96). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1996-07-29 | MMR-1996-L-73074

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Objectives
    Chapter III - Licence for Possession
    Chapter IV - Video Business Licence
    Chapter V - Formation of the Video Business Supervisory Central Committee; Functions and Duties Thereof
    Chapter VI - Formation of State or Divisional Video Business Supervisory Committees; Duties and Powers Thereof
    Chapter VII - Formation of Video Censor Board and Duties and Powers Thereof
    Chapter VIII - Appeal
    Chapter IX - Offences and Penalties
    Chapter X - Miscellaneous

  21. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law Protecting the Peaceful and Systematic Transfer of State Responsibility and the Successful Performance of the Functions of the National Convention against Disturbances and Oppositions (SLORC Law No. 5/96) - Act on-line Text in Burmese

    Adoption: 1996-06-07 | MMR-1996-L-79570

    Provides that "no one and no organization shall violate either directly or indirectly any of the following prohibitions:
    (a) inciting, demonstrating, delivering speeches, making oral or written statements and disseminating in order to undermine the stability of the State, community peace and tranquility and prevalence of law and order;
    (b) inciting, delivering speeches, making oral or written statements and disseminating in order to undermine national re consolidation;
    (c) disturbing, destroying, obstructing, inciting, delivering speeches, making oral or written statements and disseminating in order to undermine, belittle and make people misunderstand the functions being carried out by the National Convention for the emergence of a firm and enduring Constitution;
    (d) carrying out the functions of the National Convention or drafting and disseminating the Constitution of the State without lawful authorization;
    (e) attempting or abetting the violation of any of the prohibitions." (Article 3)
    Penalities for violation of the law include imprisonment for a minimum of 5 years and fines.

  22. Myanmar - - Loi

    People's Police Force Maintenance of Discipline Law (No. 4/95).

    Adoption: 1995-04-26 | MMR-1995-L-61338

    Applies to all members of People's Police Force. Comprehensive legislation on maintenance of discipline. Chapter II regulates submission of grievances by members of police force who deem themselves wronged by superior officer. Chapter III provides for administrative power of Police Director General. Chapter IV deals with arrest and custody of member of police force who is charged with offence. Chapter V makes provision for different types of offences. Chapter VI deals with summary trial if offence is not serious enough to be tried by Police Court. Chapter VII regulates powers and procedures of Police Court. Chapter VIII deals with execution of sentences, Chapter IX with procedure to be followed by Police Courts, Chapter X with confirmation and revision, and Chapter XI with appeal.

  23. Myanmar - - Loi

    Prevention and Control of Communicable Diseases Law (Law No. 1/95). - Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 1995-03-20 | MMR-1995-L-87422

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Prevention
    Chapter III - Functions and Duties of the Health Officer
    Chapter IV - Environmental Sanitation
    Chapter V - Reporting Communicable Disease
    Chapter VI - Measures taken in respect of an outbreak of
    Principal Epidemic Disease
    Chapter VII - Quarantine
    Chapter VIII - Penalties
    Chapter IX - Miscellaneous

  24. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law Amending the Political Pension Law (No. 9/1994). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1994-12-29 | MMR-1994-L-73090

    Amends section 16 of the principal law concerning payments to be paid to members of family of deceased personnel.

  25. Myanmar - - Loi

    Myanmar Mines Law (No. 8/94). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1994-09-06 | MMR-1994-L-73051

    Chapter IV - Duties of the Holder of Permit includes duties concerning the conditions of work, safety, health and welfare of workers in Mines. Chapter VIII - Duties of the Chief Inspector - contains provisions concerning the inspection of the above mentioned duties. Repeals the following Acts:
    (a) The Upper Myanmar Ruby Regulation, 1887;
    (b) The Mines Act, 1923;
    (c) The Union of Myanmar Mines and Minerals Act, 1961.

  26. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law Amending the Myanmar Marine Fisheries Law (No. 16/1993). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1993-10-28 | MMR-1993-L-73084

    Amends sections 42, 44-49, 58 and 59 of the principal Law concerning concealment from an inspector, violations of the law and penalties.

  27. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law Amending the Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association Law (No. 12/1993). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1993-09-21 | MMR-1993-L-73087

    Amends sections 3, 7, 21, 29 and 30 of the principal Law.

  28. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Child Law (Law No. 9/93). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1993-07-14 | MMR-1993-L-72890

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Aims
    Chapter III - Formation of the Committee
    Chapter IV - Duties and Powers of the Committee
    Chapter V - Rights of the Child (includes the right to work in accordance with law and of his own volition and the right to hours of employment, rest and leisure, Art. 24).
    Chapter VI - Exemption from Penal Action
    Chapter VII - Ethics and Discipline of a Child
    Chapter VIII - Child in need of Protection and Care
    Chapter IX - Taking Action against a Child for an Offence
    Chapter X - Trial of Juvenile Cases
    Chapter XI - Safeguarding Children Against Dangers
    Chapter XII - Custody and Care of Children and Youths in Prisons
    Chapter XIII - Training School, Temporary Care Station, Home, Residential Nursery
    Chapter XIV - Powers of the Minister
    Chapter XV - Probation Officer
    Chapter XVI - Homes Established by a Voluntary Social Worker or a Non-Governmental Organization
    Chapter XVII - Offences and Penalties
    Chapter XVIII - Youth who has committed an offence
    Chapter XIX - Miscellaneous

  29. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Co-operative Society Law (Law No. 9/92). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1992-12-22 | MMR-1992-L-72891

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Basic Principles of the Society
    Chapter III - Bye-Law of the Society and Formation of the Society
    Chapter IV - Membership, Duties and Rights of a Member and Cessation of Membership
    Chapter V - Membership of a Member Society and Duties and Rights of a Member Society
    Chapter VI - Duties and Powers of a Society and Cessation of a Society
    Chapter VII - Finance of the Society
    Chapter VIII - Liquidation of the Society
    Chapter IX - Giving Decisions in Disputes
    Chapter X - Miscellaneous

  30. Myanmar - - Loi

    Promotion of Cottage Industries Law (No. 13/91). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1991-10-10 | MMR-1991-L-73052

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter 11 - Basic Principles
    Chapter III - Registration
    Chapter IV - Duties and Rights of the Entrepreneur
    Chapter V - Duties and Powers of the Director General
    Chapter VI - Powers of the Minister
    Chapter VII - Invalidation of Registration
    Chapter VIII - Appeal
    Chapter IX - Prohibition and Penalties
    Chapter X - Miscellaneous

  31. Myanmar - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Procedures relating to the Private Enterprise Law (No. 1).

    Adoption: 1991-02-01 | MMR-1991-R-59898

    Made under Private Industrial Enterprise Law. Provides for registration of industrial enterprises. Regulates preconditions for registration, extension of tenure of registration, procedure in case of destruction or loss of registration certificate, changes in registered enterprises, aid to private industrial enterprises, inspection of private enterprises, and appeals.

  32. Myanmar - - Loi

    Private Industrial Enterprise Law (Law No. 22/1990). - Laws on-line in English

    Adoption: 1990-11-26 | MMR-1990-L-55215

    Governs the registration of private industrial enterprises. Chapter One sets definitions for use with the act. Chapter sets the law's basic principles. These include inter alia, to increase national production and GNP, to acquire technical know-how and to create employment. Chapter Three establishes the procedures and manner of registration of private industrial enterprises. Chapter Four establishes the Private Enterprise Coordination Body, which is designed to coordinate the development and improvement of private industrial enterprises. Part Five creates a Supervisory Body for the function of recommending the registration of enterprises and supervising the compliance of enterprises with the laws of Myanmar. Establishes that the body is to recommend registration of enterprises on the basis of inter alia, not being injurious to the health of the public in the vicinity of the enterprise, not causing harm to the health of its workers and not coausing harm to the local environment. Chapter Six sets the duties and rights of entrepreneurs. Chapter Seven establishes the powers of the Director General of the Directorate of Regional Industrial Coordination and Industrial Inspection. Chapter Eight establishes the powers of the State or Divisional Officer-in-Charge. Chapter Nine makes explicit the conditions under which registration may be invalidated. Chapter Ten sets appeal procedures in case of such invalidation. Chapter Eleven establishes the powers of the Minister of No. 1 Industry with respect to the act. Chapter Twelve establishes acts by enterprises which are to be prohibited and Chapter Thirteen sets the penalties for such offences. Chapter Fourteen sets miscellaneous provisions including granting the Ministry of No. 1 Industry with the power to make regulations for the purposes of carrying out the act.

  33. Myanmar - - Loi

    Myanmar Maternal and Child Welfare Association Law (No. 21/90). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1990-11-09 | MMR-1990-L-73050

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Objectives of the Association
    Chapter III - Formation
    Chapter IV - Membership and Termination of Membership
    Chapter V - Duties and Powers
    Chapter VI - Finance
    Chapter VII - Miscellaneous

  34. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law relating to the Nurse and Midwife (No. 19/90). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1990-10-17 | MMR-1990-L-73049

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Formation of Council
    Chapter III - Duties and Powers of the Council
    Chapter IV - Application for Registration and Payment of Registration Fees
    Chapter VI - The Duties and Rights of Nurse
    Chapter VII - The Duties and Rights of Midwife
    Chapter VIII - Suspension or Cancellation of Licence
    Chapter IX - Appeal
    Chapter X - The Powers of the Minister of the Ministry of Health
    Chapter XI - Prohibition, Offence and Penalty
    Chapter XII - Miscellaneous

  35. Myanmar - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    State Law and Order Restoration Council (SLORC) Declaration No. 1/90 of July 27, 1990. - Act on-line

    Adoption: 1990-07-27 | MMR-1990-R-79571

    Provides, inter alia that the SLORC will not accept the drafting of a temporary constitution for forming a government to take over State Power and that it will take effective action if it is done so.

  36. Myanmar - - Loi

    Myanmar Marine Fisheries Law (No. 9/1990). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1990-04-25 | MMR-1990-L-73083

    Provides that fisherman have to be registered with the authorities (art. 11). The master of the vessel is responsible for the safety of the inspector, researchers, observers and trainees who are on board the vessel (art. 31(e)) and can only hire registered fishermen (art. 17(e)).

  37. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law Amending the Myanmar Immigration (Emergency Provisions) Act, 1947 (No. 2/1990). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1990-01-22 | MMR-1990-L-73081

    Amends section 13 of the text by increasing the penalties provided therein.

  38. Myanmar - - Loi

    An Act to amend the Union of Burma Cooperative Societies Act, 1970.

    Adoption: 1988-12-08 | MMR-1988-L-32522

    Includes Rules amending the Union of Burma Cooperative Societies Rules, 1970.

  39. Myanmar - - Loi

    Procedures relating to the Foreign Investment Law.

    Adoption: 1988-12-07 | MMR-1988-L-8877

    Chapters I to V.

  40. Myanmar - - Loi

    Procedures relating to the Foreign Investment Law. No. 11/88.

    Adoption: 1988-12-07 | MMR-1988-L-8878

    Chapters VI to XIV and forms.

  41. Myanmar - - Loi

    Foreign Investment Law, the State Law and Order Restoration Council Law. No. 10/88.

    Adoption: 1988-11-30 | MMR-1988-L-8876

    Second installment: Chapters VI through XV. Chapters I to V.

  42. Myanmar - - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Form for registration of associations and organizations (Directive No. 1/88 of the Ministry of Home and Religious Affairs). - Unofficial English Translation

    Adoption: 1988-10-04 | MMR-1988-M-79574

    Contains the application form for formation of associations in accordance with the Law for Formation of Associations or Organizations.

  43. Myanmar - - Loi

    Burma Citizenship Law, 1982. - Legislation on-line in English

    Adoption: 1982-10-15 | MMR-1982-L-87413

    Chapter I - Title and Definition
    Chapter II - Citizenship
    Chapter III - Associate Citizenship
    Chapter IV - Naturalized Citizenship
    Chapter V - Decision as to Citizenship, Associate Citizenship or Naturalized Citizenship
    Chapter VI - Central Body
    Chapter VII - Appeals
    Chapter VIII - Miscellaneous

  44. Myanmar - - Loi

    Myanmar Code of Civil Procedure, 1979. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1979 | MMR-1979-L-93079

    Part I - Suits in General
    Part II - Execution
    Part III - Incidental Proceedings
    Part IV - Suits in Particular Cases
    Part V - Special Proceedings
    Part VI - Supplemental Proceedings
    Part VII - Appeals
    Part VIII - Reference, Review and Revision
    Part IX - Special Revisions relating to the High Court
    Part X - Rules
    Part XI - Miscellaneous

  45. Myanmar - - Accord international

    Agreement between the Government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the Government of the Socialist Republic of the Union of Burma concerning public officers' pensions. Done at Rangoon.

    Adoption: 1974-09-20 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1974-09-27 | INT-1974-IA-21696

  46. Myanmar - - Constitution

    Constitution of 1974. - Constitution on-line (in English)

    Adoption: 1974-01-03 | MMR-1974-C-74764

    Contains 16 Chapters. Chapter XI deals with fundamental rights and duties of citizens including, inter alia, right to work (art. 148), medical treatment ( art. 149), rest and fixed working hours (art. 150), education (art. 152), social security (art. 151), freedom of association (art. 158)

  47. Myanmar - - Loi

    The Cooperative Societies Act, 1970.

    Adoption: 1970 | MMR-1970-L-32523

    Includes the Cooperative Societies Rules, 1970.

  48. Myanmar - - Loi

    Law Defining the Fundamental Rights and Responsibilities of the People's Workers (Revolutionary Council Law No. 6 of 1964). - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 1964 | MMR-1964-L-73950

    Sets out the rights and responsibilities of workers. These include the right to work, security of employment, the right to leisure, education, maternity leave, sickness benefits, compensation for occupational accidents, old-age security, wages, right for women to be treated the same as men, the right to a pleasant place of employment. It also sets out workers responsibilities including the responsibility to observe discipline, to protect the State, increase productivity. Chapter III provides that the government is to make rules concerning trade disputes. A people's workers' council is also to be created (Chapter IV).

  49. Myanmar - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Defence Services Rules, 1960 (No. 63/60).

    Adoption: 1960-06-22 | MMR-1960-R-61333

    Comprehensive legislation on military service. Divided into eight parts. Part I contains general provisions and definitions. Part II regulates enrolment and attestation; Part III dismissal and discharge. Part IV provides for restrictions on fundamental rights. Establishes inter alia that no person subject to the Act shall be a member of, or be associated in any way with, any trade or labour union, or any class of trade or labour unions. Part V regulates investigation of charges and trial by Court-Martial; Part VI procedures of Court of Inquiry. Part VII provides for dealing with property of deceased officers and other persons. Part VIII contains miscellaneous provisions.

  50. Myanmar - - Loi

    Defence Sevices Act, 1959 (No. 43).

    Adoption: 1959 | MMR-1959-L-61334

    Comprehensive legislation on military service and armed forces. Divided into 18 parts. Part I contains preliminary provisions and definitions. Part II regulates application of the Act. Part III deals with commission, enrolment and attestation. Part IV provides for termination of service, power to modify certain fundamental rights, retirement, discharge and dismissal. Part V deals with service privileges, Part VI with offences, Part VII with punishments, and Part VIII with penal deductions. Part IX-XIV regulate procedures before court-martial. Part XV contains special provisions in relation to ships. Part XVI provides for dealing with property of deceased persons, deserters and "lunatics". Part XVII regulates appeals from court-martial. Finally Part XVIII provides for power to make rules.

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