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  1. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    The State Salaries, Pensions, Gratuities and Other Benefits Act, 2003 [No. 4 of 2003]. - Act online

    Adoption: 2003-06-20 | SLE-2003-L-70667

    Provides for the salaries, pensions, gratuities and other benefits of the President, Vice President, Members of Parliament, Ministers, Deputy Ministers, Judges, Chairman and members of the Electoral Commission; and for other matters connected therewith. Repeals the State Salaries, Pensions, Gratuities and Other Benefits Act, 2001.

  2. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    The Armed Forces of the Republic of Sierra Leone (Amendment) Act, 2003 [No. 2 of 2003]. - Act Online

    Adoption: 2003-04-10 | SLE-2003-L-80089

    Amends section 83 of the Armed Forces of the Republic of Sierra Leone Act 1961 concerning persons able to act as appropriate superior authority in relation to a person charged with an offence.

  3. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    The State Salaries, Pensions, Gratuities and Other Benefits Act, 2001 [No. 1 of 2001]. - Act Online

    Adoption: 2001 | SLE-2001-L-80091

    Being an Act to provide for the salaries, pensions, gratuities and other benefits of Members of Parliament and for the holders of certain high offices of State; and for other matters connected therewith. Repeals the Parliamentary Pensions Act, 1980. Repealed by the State Salaries, Pensions, Gratuities and Other Benefits Act, 2003.

  4. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    The Armed Forces of the Republic of Sierra Leone (Amendment) Act, 2000 [No. 13 of 2000]. - Act Online

    Adoption: 2000-07-31 | SLE-2000-L-80093

    Repeals Section 129 and inserts a new Part VI concerning appeals from court-martial.

  5. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Government Notice No. 453 pursuant to the Commissions of Inquiry Act.

    Adoption: 1986-10-06 | SLE-1986-L-2580

    Establishes a Commission to examine the general conditions of service of the public service, the members of the teaching profession and the armed forces, with a view to recommending new structures, including a minimum wage and related matters.

  6. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Government Notice No. 499 containing a Directive by the President appointing a Commission to inquire into the general conditions of service of the public service, to study the existing salary and wage structures and to make recommendations.

    Adoption: 1985-08-29 | SLE-1985-M-1889

  7. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Public Service Commission Regulations [P.N. No. 31 of 1982]

    Adoption: 1982-12-31 | SLE-1982-R-28588

    Pursuant to sections 135, 136 and 148 of the Sierra Leone Constitution, 1978, regulates all aspects of the Sierra Leone Civil Service. Establishes a Civil Service Commission. Regulates appointments, promotions and discipline. Repeals prior regulations of 1977.

  8. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Loi

    Pensions (Amendment) Act (No. 14 of 1973)

    Adoption: 1973-09-20 | SLE-1973-L-28571

    Amends section 7 of the Pension Act, Chapter 173. Gives President the power to force any public officer to retire upon that officers 50th birthday.

  9. Sierra Leone - Fonctionnaires et agents publics - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Pensions (Declaration of Pensionable Offices) Order [P.N. No. 4 of 1966]

    Adoption: 1965-02-22 | SLE-1965-R-28587

    Pursuant to the Pensions Act, declares certain positions within the Sierra Leone government as pensionable offices.


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