Legislation controlling, or seeking to control the use of uranium weapons.
- 57 Kb - Format pdfBelgiumThe full text of Belgium's March 2007 domestic law banning the use of uranium in all conventional weapon systems.
- 81 Kb - Format docAsamblea Legislativa de la Republica de Costa RicaMODIFICACIÓN A LA LEY DE RÉGIMEN DE ZONAS FRANCAS, N.° 7210, DE 23 DE NOVIEMBRE DE 1990
- 25 Kb - Format pdfASAMBLEA LEGISLATIVA DE LA REPÚBLICA DE COSTA RICAADICIÓN DEL ARTÍCULO 26 BIS A LA LEY N.º 7530, LEY DE ARMAS Y EXPLOSIVOS, DE 10 DE JULIO DE 1995, Y SUS REFORMAS
- 8 Kb - Format pdf(English translation) ADDITION OF ARTICLE 26 BIS TO THE COSTA RICAN ARMS AND EXPLOSIVES LAW OF JULY 1995 Article 26 bis – Uranium Ban The use, trade, transfer, transit, production, distribution or storage of uranium, enriched or depleted, as well as any other industrial uranium or other radioactive materials where uranium is part of the compound is prohibited.
- 35 Kb - Format pdfSenate Ireland - Source: http://www.oireachtas.ie/documents/bills28/bills/2009/4809/b4809s-scn.pdfA copy of the draft bill for a ban on depleted uranium weapons in Ireland that passed the Senate unopposed in November 2010. The bill will now be considered by the lower house.
- 19 Kb - Format pdfPhil Twyford MPThis Bill seeks to ban the possession, use, sale, manufacture, testing and transit of uranium in all conventional munitions and armour within New Zealand and by agents of the New Zealand Government. To be considered in 2011.