|Name:||Emergency (Miscellaneous Provisions and Powers) Regulation, No. 1 of 2000.|
|Subject(s):||Criminal and penal law; Freedom of association, collective bargaining and industrial relations|
|Type of legislation:||Regulation, Decree, Ordinance|
|Entry into force:|
|Published on:||Gazette, Part I, 2000-05-03, No. 1130/8, pp. 1A-37A (DOC.NORMES)
|Bibliography:||Gazette, Part I, 2000-05-03, No. 1130/8, pp. 1A-37A (DOC.NORMES)
|Abstract/Citation:||Provides that the President may require, or may delegate to any one the power to require, any person to do any work or render any personal service in aid, or in connection with, national security or the maintenance of essential services.
Contains provisions on the control of meetings, processions and publications.
Part I: General (sections 1 to 7)
Part II: Acquisition and requisitioning of property and requisitioning of personal services (sections 8 to 10B)
Part III: Control of meetings, processions, publications, firearms and right of entry (sections 11 to 15)
Part IV: Supervision, search arrest and detention (sections 16 to 22)
Part V: Offences and penalties (sections 23 to 48)
Part VI: Investigations, Trials (sections 49 to 62)
Part VII: Miscellaneous (sections 63 to 72)