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Name: National Identity Act 1971 (Cap. 9).
Country: Papua New Guinea
Subject(s): General provisions
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 1971
Entry into force:
ISN: PNG-1971-L-88037
Bibliography: Legislation on-line Legislation on-line Pacific Islands Legal Information Institute (PacLII), University of the South Pacific PDF of Act as amended to 2006 PDF of Act as amended to 2006 (consulted on 2011-10-13)
Abstract/Citation: 1. Papua New Guinea National Flag.
2. Other flags.
3. Authority to use flags.
4. Rules as to use of flags.
5. Official use of National Flag.
6. Improper use of National Flag, etc.
7. Papua New Guinea National Emblem.
8. Rules as to use of National Emblem.
9. Official use of National Emblem.
10. Improper use of National Emblem.
10A. National Pledge of Papua New Guinea.
10B. Use of the National Pledge.
10C. Authority to use the National Pledge.
10D. Improper or unauthorized use of the National Pledge.
10E. Interpretation.
10F. Order of Papua New Guinea.
10G. Admittance to the Order.
10H. Other awards.
10I. Honours and Awards Committee.
10J. Rules relating to the Order and to other awards.
10K. Wearing of Insignia.
10L. Offences against this Part.
10M. Chief of State Protocol and Ceremonies.
10N. Protocol and ceremonial directives and guidelines.
10O. Interpretation.
10P. Declaration of National Logo.
10Q. Declaration of official flag, official song and official theme.
10R. Rules as to use of National Logo, etc.
10S. Official use of a National Logo, etc.,.
10T. Improper use of a National Logo, etc.,.
10U. Provisions of Trade Marks Act not to apply.
10V. Interpretation.
10W. Papua New Guinea National Anthem.
10X. Official use of National Anthem.
10Y. Improper use of a National Anthem.
11. Regulations.
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