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Original name: Ο ΠΕΡΙ ΚΑΤΑΠΟΛΕΜΗΣΗΣ ΤΗΣ ΤΡΟΜΟΚΡΑΤΙΑΣ ΝΟΜΟΣ
Name: Law No. 110(I) of 2010 on the Fight against Terrorism.
Country: Cyprus
Subject(s): Criminal and penal law
Type of legislation: Law, Act
Adopted on: 2010-11-22
Entry into force:
Published on: Episimi Efimeris, 2010-11-22, Part I(I), No. 4260, pp. 961-985
ISN: CYP-2010-L-86443
Bibliography: Episimi Efimeris, 2010-11-22, Part I(I), No. 4260, pp. 961-985
Cyprus Gazette on-line Cyprus Gazette on-line Cyprus Government Gazette, Netveil Ltd., Cyprus PDF of Gazette in Greek PDF of Gazette in Greek (consulted on 2011-05-27)
Abstract/Citation: 1. Short Title

Chapter I - INTRODUCTORY CLAUSES
2. Definitions
3. Area of implementation
4. Extending the courts' jurisdiction

Chapter II - OFFENCES
5. Terrorist offences
6. Threat of terrorist offence
7. Participation in terrorist organization
8. Support to a terrorist organization
9. Theft, blackmail, forgery related to terrorist offence
10. Refusal to unveil information
11. Direction, structure of terrorist organization
12. Public provocation to commit a terrorist offence
13. Abatement, attempt, complicity
14. Legal person's responsibility
15. Violation of regulation 2580/2001/EC
16. Violation of regulation 881/2002/EC

Chapter III - VARIOUS CLAUSES
17. Publication of lists
18. Measures of leniency in specific cases
19. Witness protection
20. Reparation for victims of terrorist offences
21. Ban of entrance in the territory of the Republic
22. Refusing the refugee application

Chapter IV - INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION
23. Collection, exchange of information
24. Selection of a national reporter on terrorism issues in Eurojust
25. Common groups of investigation

Appendix I - Offences included in the Penal Code
Appendix II - Offences included in Conventions and International Agreements the Republic has ratified by law
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