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Pays: République arabe syrienne - Mois de la mise à jour: June 2023

  1. République arabe syrienne - - Loi

    Law No. 2 of 2023 amending some provisions of Law No. 18 of 2021 Regarding Investment Law. (القانون رقم 2 لسنة 2023 المتضمن تعديلات على بعض أحكام قانون الاستثمار رقم 18 لسنة 2021) - Legislation Online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2023-03-22 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2023-03-22 | SYR-2023-L-114673

    This Law amends Articles 1,2,3,8,12,13,20,26,45 of Law No. 18 of 2021 concerning Investment Law.

  2. République arabe syrienne - - Règlement, Décret, Arrêté, Ordonnance

    Legislative Decree No. 2 of 2023 which regulates the affairs and welfare of children of unknown parentage. (المرسوم التشريعي رقم 2 لعام 2023 المتعلق بتنظيم شؤون الطفل مجهول النسب ورعايته) - Legislation Online in Arabic

    Adoption: 2023-01-14 | Date d'entrée en vigueur: 2023-01-14 | SYR-2023-R-114674

    Article 1 of the decree defines al-Tifl Majhul al-Nasab (a child of unknown parentage) as “a foundling whose parents remain unidentified and his/her lineage unestablished.”

    The decree consists of 54 articles divided into nine chapters. The articles define the terms therein, the objectives of the decree, and the scope of application. Additionally, the articles introduce the Independent Authority, concerned with regulating the affairs of children of unknown parentage, list the authority’s tasks and powers, and highlight the terms of the relationship between the authority and the children.

    Additionally, the decree dedicates articles to due measures to be followed upon finding a child, including medical examination and registration. Furthermore, it elaborates on the measures related to admitting children of unknown parentage into a care center or placing them in the care of foster families.

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