The Contracting States, in the belief that objectives set out in the Preamble would be better achieved by amending the 1968 Algiers Convention on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources by expanding elements related to sustainable development, have agreed on measures to enhance environmental protection, to foster the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources; and to harmoni
The Proclamation shall apply to all mining operations, i.e. acts carried out to prospect, explore and mine for minerals within the territory of Eritrea. No person may carry out any mining operations without a license granted under this Proclamation. A person applying for a right must be eligible in accordance with section 5.
This Proclamation introduces a general land reform in Eritrea by formulating new rules respecting land tenure and land use.
The Regulation is made under the Land Proclamation No. 58/1994. It sets out the procedure for the allocation and administration of land and applies to all types of urban and rural land. Land shall be allocated for tiesa, agricultural usufruct or leasehold, on the basis of a master plan. To ensure these rights, right holders shall be given an allocation certificate or lease agreement.
This Proclamation makes provision for the registration of land and other immovable property. It provides for the establishment of a Cadastral Office, for the registration of all land, rights over land and duties that emanate from such rights, and the transfer of property through sales, donation, succession or other manner.
Regulations to implement provisions of the Mining proclamation and to otherwise regulate mining operations and related matters.The 47 regulations are divided into 7 Parts: General (I); Licenses related to mining operations (II); Discovery (III); Rights and obligations of licensees (IV); Fees, rentals, royalties and other payments (V); Infractions and sanctions (VI); Miscellaneous (VII).Part II