||Law on States of Emergency.
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||Law No. 23 of 1959 Emergency Law Database, Human Rights Center - Queen's University of Belfast - Faculty of Law, 13 p.
||Governs the declaration of a state of emergency, civil emergency, military emergency, and a state of war. During such states, authorities may detain persons, suspend commercial activities, suspend media, and require persons to perform compulsory labour (s. 30).