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  1. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 13 of 2013 amending Law No. 13 of 2001 Concerning General Elections and Referendum. - Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2013-07-15 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2013-07-15 | YEM-2013-L-97246

    This Law Amends Articles No. 2(D),4,9,10,11,12,15,16,18 of Law No. 13 of 2001 Concerning General Elections and Referendum.

    Articles 13 and 14 of Law No. 13 of 2001 Concerning General Elections and Referendum are repealed.

    Additional Articles 137(Bis) and 144 (Bis) are added to Law No. 13 of 2001 Concerning General Elections and Referendum.

  2. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 15 of 2012 on the Protection of Copyright and Related Rights. - Legislation on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-07-22 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2012-07-22 | YEM-2012-L-93262

    Chapter I: Title and Definitions
    Chapter II: Protected Works
    Chapter III: Copyright
    Chapter IV: The Financial Rights on Shared and Collective Works
    Chapter V: Owners of Related Rights (Performers, Producers of Broadcasting Organizations)
    Chapter VI: Term of Protection
    Chapter VII: Exceptions and Limitations on Financial Rights
    Chapter VIII: Procedures for the Deposit
    Chapter IX: The Protection of Folklore
    Chapter X: Managing the Financial Rights of Copyright and Related Rights
    Chapter XI: Provisional Measures, Limitations, Penalties and Compensation
    Chapter XII: General and Final Provisions

  3. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 13 of 2012 concerning the Right of Access to Information. - Legislation online in English Legislation online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2012-04-24 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2012-04-24 | YEM-2012-L-93310

    PART I
    Chapter I: Naming and Definitions
    Chapter II: Objectives

    PART II - Freedom of Access to Information
    Chapter I: Principles of the Right of Access to Information
    Chapter II: Request for Access to Information
    Chapter III: Exceptions
    Chapter IV: Commissioner-General of the Information

    PART III - Protection of Information
    PART IV - Privacy Policy
    PART V - Offences and Sanctions
    PART VI - General and Final Provisions

  4. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 2 of 2011 on Patents, Utility Models, Layout Designs of Integrated Circuits and Undisclosed Information. - Legislation online in Arabic Legislation online in English

    Adoption: 2011-01-12 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2011-04-12 | YEM-2011-L-93354

    Chapter I: Title and Definitions
    Chapter II: Patents and Utility Models
    Chapter III: Integrated Circuit Layouts
    Chapter IV: Undisclosed Information
    Chapter V: Mandatory Licences
    Chapter VI: Penalties
    Chapter VII: General and Concluding Provisions

  5. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Minister of Transport Decree No. 68, 2007 regulating the Procedures for the Prevention of Pollution by Dangerous Substances Transported by Sea in Packages.

    Adoption: 2007-10-27 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2007-10-27 | YEM-2007-R-80925

    Title I: Naming, Definitions and Aims
    Title II: The Provisional Implementation of the Chart
    Title III: Packaging, Labelling and Cards
    Title IV: Documentation
    Title V: Compacting and Stacking
    Title VI: Limitations of the Quantities
    Title VII: Exceptions
    Title VIII: Penalties
    Title IX: General Provisions

  6. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Presidential Decree No. 79, 2005 on the Establishment of Industrial Zones, Management and Supervision.

    Adoption: 2005-04-19 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2005-04-19 | YEM-2005-R-76293

    Title I: Title, Definitions and Objectives
    Title II: Procedure for the Establishment of Industrial Zones
    Title III: Management of Industrial Zones
    Title IV: Guarantees and Benefits
    Title V: Commitments
    Title VI: Special Industrial Zones
    Title VII: General Provisions

  7. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 3, 2005 on Balancing the Public Authority for Insurance and Pensions with the Fiscal Year 2005.

    Adoption: 2005-01-11 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2005-01-01 | YEM-2005-L-76347

    The Law specifies and estimates the incomes and expenditure of the Public Authority for Insurance and Pensions for the year 2005 and presents a chart with estimations and statements of the money to be spent in each field.

  8. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Prime Minister's Order No. 269, 2004 to amend Prime Minister's Order No. 132, 2004 on the Executive Regulation to Law No. 60, 1999 on Private Medical and Health Facilities.

    Adoption: 2004-10-16 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2004-10-16 | YEM-2004-R-76329

    Amends Article 32(a) of Prime Minister Order No. 132, 2004:
    1. A license to open a private clinic is only given to a Yemeni Doctor in the main province that a Ministerial Order is issued in on the condition that the doctor is specialized in his domain and has the proper license to practice his work.
    2. the Doctor needs to have at least two years of experience in his domain in order to get a license to open a clinic in remote provinces.

  9. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 22, 2004 amending Article 28 of Presidential Decree of Law No. 32, 1991 on Commercial Law.

    Adoption: 2004-09-29 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2004-09-29 | YEM-2004-L-76248

    According to this amendment, foreigners are not allowed to create a company in Yemen, unless they have Yemeni partner. The Yemeni partner must hold at least 51% of the company. This Law does not apply to certain small businesses.

  10. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Presidential Decree No. 76, 2004 on the Regulation of the Ministry of Public Health and Population

    Adoption: 2004-05-26 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2004-05-26 | YEM-2004-R-76292

    Part One - Title, Objectives and General.
    Part Two - Functions and powers of the leading Ministry
    Title I: Functions and powers of the Minister
    Title II: Functions and powers of the Agents of the Ministry
    Part Three - Ministry Regulations
    Title I: Organization of the Ministry
    Title II: Functions and Powers of the Public Administration
    Title III: Common Tasks of the Public Administration
    Title IV: General Principles of the Organization and Performance of the Functions of the Ministry
    Part Four - General Provisions

  11. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Prime Minister Order No. 111, 2004 for the Formation of the Technical Committee of the Ministry of Human Rights, Identifying its Tasks and Competency.

    Adoption: 2004-04-27 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2004-04-27 | YEM-2004-R-76242

    First, the Order defines the structure of the Committee.
    Second, the Order specifies the role of the technical committee in assisting the Minister of Human Rights in the following areas: commenting on human rights conventions and treaties; studying the different reports on human rights and commenting on it; and enhancing the relationship between the Ministry and other parties in order to protect human rights.

  12. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 45, 2003 Law No. 3, 2005 on balancing the budget of the Public Authority for Insurance and Pensions with the Fiscal Year 2004.

    Adoption: 2003-12-31 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2004-01-01 | YEM-2003-L-76239

    The Law specifies and estimates the incomes and expenditure of the Public Authority for Insurance and Pensions for the year 2004 and presents a chart with estimations and statements of the money to be spent in each field.

  13. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Prime Minister's Order No. 391, 2003 on the Executive Procedures of the Cabinet Order No. 224, 2003 on the Approval of the Agreement of the Final Clearance and the End of the Privileged Relationship Agreement Between the General Authority for the Free Zones and the Yemeni Company for International Investment and Development Ltd. (Yemenfest) related to Terminating the Agreement on the Development of the Free Zone in Aden, Validated By Presidential Decree No. 114, 1996 and the Selection of an Alternative Company to Manage Each of the Two Container Ports and the Industrial Zone.

    Adoption: 2003-12-14 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2003-12-14 | YEM-2003-R-76232

    The Order provides for conditions to operate containers in the port and the management of the industrial zone according to international standards (i.e. specialized international consultancy companies, the world Bank and the E.U.). It also invites specialized companies to apply for managing the port in the free zone in Aden.

  14. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Decree No. 255, 2003 on the Regulatory By-Law of the Ministry of Human Rights (MHR). - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 2003-11-29 | YEM-2003-L-83551

    Regulates the activities of the MHR.

  15. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Civil Code (Law No. 14 of 2002).

    Adoption: 2002-04-10 | YEM-2002-L-67567

    Title I: General rules (sections 1-137)
    Tile II: Right and commitment (sections 138-450)
    Tilte III:Contracts (sections 451-1153)
    Chapter 6: Labour contract (sections 781-825)
    Part I: General rules
    Part II: Employee employed by one employer
    Part III: Employee employed by several employers
    Title IV: Property (sections 1154-1391)
    Final provisions: (sections 1392-1393)

  16. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 11 of 2001.

    Adoption: 2001-10-28 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2003-10-28 | YEM-2001-L-64695

    Amends article 16 of Presidential Decree No. 5 of 1995 (the Labour Code). The amended article now provides for the possibility of establishing private employment agencies.

  17. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    General Elections and Referendum Law (No. 13 of 2001). - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 2001 | YEM-2001-L-83548

    Regulates the conducting of elections and referendums.

  18. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 25 of 1997 amending certain provisions of the Presidential Order to promulgate the Labour Code No. 5 of 1995.

    Adoption: 1997-04-06 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1997-04-06 | YEM-1997-L-50059

    Makes numerous amendments to provisions of the Labour Code (No. 5 of 1995) regarding the drawing up of collective agreements, termination of contracts, the determination of wages, disciplinary measures against workers, and penalties. Removes from s. 33 a provision for legal proceedings by trade unions for breaches of collective agreements. Requires employers to remove from an employee's file any disciplinary sanction if the worker's conduct improves (s. 95). Repeals s. 48 (hours of work of young persons) and s. 155 (penalties).

  19. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Autres textes (circulaire, directive, instruction, etc.)

    Order of the Council of Ministers (No. 176 of 1997) amending Order (No. 174 of 1995) on the Labour Council.

    Adoption: 1997 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1997-09-11 | YEM-1997-M-57367

    Provides for the establishment of the Labour Council, and regulates its functions and procedures.

  20. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    General Elections Law No. (27) 1996. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1996-08-31 | YEM-1996-L-83547

    Part I - Operational Definitions and Voting Rights
    Part II - Voters' Registers
    Part III - The Supreme Elections Committee - Duties and Responsibilities
    Part IV - Election Campaigns - Rules and Regulations
    Part V - General Election Procedures
    Part VI - Election Contests
    Part VII - Penalties
    Part VIII - General Provisions [Repeals General Elections Law No. 41/92]

  21. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 26 of 1995 on the environment protection. - Law on-line in Arabic

    Adoption: 1995-10-29 | YEM-1995-L-83565

    This Law is composed of 5 Sections divided into 95 articles. Section I deals with terms and definitions and defines objectives of this Law which are: protection of environment; pollution control; protection, preservation and development of natural resources; protection of the society, public health, and all being livings from all dangerous and hazardous activities; protection of the national environment from external hazards activities; accomplishment of all international obligations relating to the environment protection and pollution control; and the contribution in the protection of ozone layer and climate. Section II provides for the following matters: water and soil protection; creation of protected areas; use, circulation, trade, registration, control, inspection of pesticides; and the issuance of licence for pesticides. Section III refers to the dangerous and hazardous activities to environment especially: control of activities that are dangerous and hazardous to the environment; laying down standards, criterion and technical requirements for the aforementioned activities; issuance of licences for and EIA for projects; trade and circulation of hazardous waste disposal; environment protection and economic development; and environment monitoring. Section IV pertains to marine pollution. Offences, penalties and compensations for environmental damages are given in Section V.

  22. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Presidential Decree No. 109 1995 pertaining to the Executive By-Law for the Parties and Political Organizations Law No. 66 for 1991. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1995-08-21 | YEM-1995-R-83549

    The Decree aims to describe, explain and organize the rules and procedures concerning the right to form a political
    party and to enforce the law to accomplish its goals and objectives.

  23. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Labour Code (Act No. 5 of 1995).

    Adoption: 1995-03-09 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1995-03-09 | YEM-1995-L-44043

    Chapter I sets forth general provisions. The Code shall apply to all workers except public servants, foreigners, casual workers, and domestic servants. Work is the natural right and duty of every citizen on the basis of equal conditions and opportunities without discrimination on the grounds of sex, age, race, colour, beliefs or language (Art. 5). Art. 11 establishes a Labour Council with the function of drafting labour law and policies and administering vocational training. Employers shall engage disabled persons up to a proportion of 5 per cent of their workforce (Art. 15). Non-Yemenis shall constitute no more than 10 per cent of any employer's workforce. Chapter II regulates contracts of employment, including collective agreements. Collective agreements which "damage the economic interests of the country" shall be invalid (Art. 32). Chapter IV covers employment of women and young persons. Women shall be equal with men in relation to conditions of employment and employment rights (Art. 42). Chapter V covers wages and allowances, including minimum wage and overtime; Chapter VI concerns hours of work. Chapter VII relates to work discipline and penalties; Chapter VIII to vocational training, including apprenticeships; Chapter IX to occupational safety and health; Chapter X to health insurance; and Chapter XI to labour inspection. Chapter XII covers labour disputes and strikes. Labour disputes which cannot be settled amicably must be submitted to an Arbitration Committee for resolution. Should arbitration fail, workers may proceed to a strike under specified conditions. Inter alia, individual workers must announce their intention to participate in a strike by wearing a red arm-band for three consecutive days before the commencement of the strike (Art. 146). Chapter XIII covers workers' and employers' organizations, and provides freedom of association.

    Repeals Labour Law No. 14 of 1978.

  24. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Decree By Law No. 13 for 1994, Concerning the Criminal Procedures. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1994-10-12 | YEM-1994-L-83553

    Volume One: Basic Principles and General Provisions
    Volume Two: Pre-Trial Proceedings
    Volume Three: Trials
    Volume Four: Ways to Appeal Court Verdicts
    Volume Five: Execution of Rulings
    [Repeals the Law of Criminal Procedures No. 5 for 1979]

  25. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Republican Decree, By Law No. 12, 1994 concerning Crimes and Penalties. - Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1994-10-12 | YEM-1994-L-83557

    The Law provides for crimes within Yemen and penalties for the violation of the provisions of the Law. Repeals Law No. 3 for 1976 Concerning Punishments.

  26. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 4 of 1993 concerning the Free Zones.

    Adoption: 1993-04-01 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 1993-04-01 | YEM-1993-L-43273

    Provides for the establishment of free zones in Yemen as well as a Public Authority for the Free Zones to administer them. S. 2 declares the city of Aden a free zone. S. 16 provides that projects operating in a free zone may not be nationalized or confiscated, or have their assets frozen or impounded save by a judicial order. Employers shall give priority to Yemeni workers (s. 17). The laws of Yemen shall apply in a free zone as long as they do not conflict with the Free Zone Law, and provisions of the social insurance law shall apply to Yemeni workers in the free zone, unless employers offer a more favourable insurance plan (ss. 33 and 35).

  27. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 66 of 1991 on Parties and Political Organizations. - English translation

    Adoption: 1991-10-16 | YEM-1991-L-50936

    S. 5 provides for the right to form or join a political party or organization.

  28. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Constitution

    The Constitution of the Republic of Yemen [consolidated version]. - Constitution (in English) Unofficial English translation

    Adoption: 1991-05-16 | YEM-1992-C-29413

    Consists of 5 Parts and 159 Articles. Article 1 defines the Republic of Yemen as an "Arab Islamic State" in which, according to Article 2 "Islam is the religion of the State" and the Shari'a is to be the foundation of the legal system and the legislation. Article 5 states that the political system shall be established on a political pluralism and multi-party basis. Part Two concerns the basic rights and obligations of citizens. Article 40 provides that all citizens are to be equal in rights and duties. In Article 57, the right to form associations and to be a member of political, professional, scientific, social and cultural associations and unions is acknowledged but this is done "to serve the objectives of the Constitution". Part Three regulates the distribution of State powers. Part Four governs the emblem, flag and national anthem of the Republic and Part Five concerns amendment to the Constitution and general provisions.

  29. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Law No. 25 of 1990 regarding Press and Publications. - English translation

    Adoption: 1990-12-23 | YEM-1990-L-50935

    Provides for freedom of speech and freedom of press, sets forth requirements to work as a journalist, and specifies which types of materials may not be published or broadcast. Available in English.

  30. Yémen - Dispositions générales - Loi

    Labour Law No. 14 of 1978.

    Adoption: 1978-04-30 | YEM-1978-L-5124

    Provides in s. 5 that work is a right and an obligation, without any discrimination because of sex, age, race, colour, faith or language. Chap. II of Part II governs registration of work seekers and employment; no minors may be employed unless they have completed schooling (s. 19). Part IV sets standards for contracts of employment, and Part V details the system of work, rewards and penalties. Working hours and rest periods are covered by Part VI, and wages and allowances by Part VII. Part IX governs occupational health and safety, Part X social security and Part XI labour inspection. Procedures for the settlement of labour disputes are contained in Part XII, and Part XIII governs trade unions and their activities. Workers have the right to form their own organisations (s. 93); the functions of trade unions are set forth in ss. 94 and 95. Penalities for infringements of the law are contained in Part XIV.


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