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ECOWAS Trade and related protocols, supplementary protocols, regulations, directives and decisions
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1 supplementary act a/sa.1/07/13 relating to the establishmnet of the joint border posts concept within member states of the economic community of west african states… determined to provide a legal framework for joint

border posts within the community in order to enhance trade and transit facilitation at national borders of the member states.

 

done in abuja, this 18th day of july 2013 burkina faso, republic of benin, republic of cape verde, cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo.
2 recommendation c/rec.6/06/13 amending the draft supplementary act a/sa.2/12/08 on the establishment, functions and operation of the regional competition authority for ecowas … desirous therefore of amending the current article 2

paragraphs 1, 2, and 3 of the french version of this

supplementary act to align it in both meaning and

content to article 2 paragraphs 1, 2, 3, and 4 of the

english version of the latter act

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013 h.e. charles koffi diby
3 #3 C REC 2 06 13 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT AND IMPLEMENTATION OF JBPS WITHIN MEMBER STATES determined to provide a legal framework for joint

border posts within the community in order to enhance

trade and transit facilitation at national borders of the

member states.

done in abidjan, this 21st day of june 2013 h.e. charles koffi diby
4 _4 C REG 14 12 12 ADOPTING ECOWAS STANDARDS HARMONISATION MODEL AND PROCEDURE desirous of defining a standards harmonisation model for ecowas and laying down harmonisation procedures for those standards done in abidjan this 2nd day of december 2012 h.e charles koffi diby
5 # 5 A.SP 1 02 12 AMENDING DECISION A DEC 17 12 01 conscious of the need to consolidate the
multilateral surveillance mechanism with a view to
ensuring compliance with the economic convergence
criteria set out -in the macro-economic convergence
and stability pact;
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone
6 supplementary act a/sp.2/02/12 relating
to the macroeconomic convergence  and stability pact between the ecowas
member states… # 6 A SP 2 02 12 RELATING TO MACROECONOMIC AND FINANCIAL POLICY
desirous of effectively implementing the road
map of the ecowas single currency programme;
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone
7 supplementary act a/sp.6/02/12 relating
to the common rules on tariffs
applicable to passengers, freight and  mail for air transport within, from and
to ecowas member states… #7 A SP 6 02 12 RELATING TO THE COMMON RULES ON TARIFFS
desirous to adopt a common community legal
framework on tariffs applicable to passengers,
freight and mail for air transport services within,
from and to ecowas member states
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo.
8 draft supplementary act a/sp.7/02/12 relating to the common rules on
compensation to passengers in the event of denied boarding, cancellation¬† or major delay of flights in ecowas¬† member states … #8 A SP 7 02 12 RELATING TO THE COMMON RULES ON COMPENSATION
desirous to adopt a common community legal
framework on compensations for passengers
denied boarding, cancellation or major delay of a
flight in ecowas member states;
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo.
9 s u p p l e m e n ta ry a c t a / s a. 1 2 / 0 2 / 1 2
adopting the revised master plan for  the generation and transmission of the  electrical energy of the ecowas
member states…(9)a.ps 12.02.2012 master plan electrical energy 2012
desirous of putting in place a coherent framework
and best investments planning in the energy subsector
of the ecowas region;
done in abuja, this 17th day of february
2012
burkina faso, republic of benin cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo.
10 regulation c/reg.19/12/11 relating to¬† the creation and functioning of an air transport committee within ecowas… # 10 C_REG.19_12_11 RELATING TO THE CREATION AND FUNCTIONING OF AN AIR TRANSPORT COMMITTEE desirous of strengthening the capacity for
negotiation of air transport agreements between
ecowas member states and to parties;
done at abuja, this 21st day of december 2011 h. e. olugbenga ashiru
chairman
for council
11 supplementary act a/sa.1/12/08 adopting community rules and the modalities of their application within ecowas (11) A.SA.1.12.08 ADOPTING COMMUNITY COMPETITION RULES AND MODALITES OF THEIR APPLICATION „ÄÄ
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supplementary act a/sa.2/12/08 on the establishment, functions and operation of the regional competition authority for ecowas…(12) A.SA.2.12.08 ON THE ESTABLISHMENT, FUNCTION AND OPERATION OF REGIONAL COMPETITION AUTHORITY FOR ECOWAS

13 supplementary a/sa.3/12/08 adopting community rules on investment and the modalities for their implementation within ecowas
14 regulation c/reg.5/12/06 approving the budget of the intergovernmental action group against money laundering in west africa for the 2007 financial year desiring to approrate and aprove fund for effective performance of the intergovernmental action group against money laundering in west africa for the 2007 financial year done atouagadougou,
this 19th day of december, 2006
hon. aichatou mindaoudou,
chairperson,
for the council
15 regulation reg.28/12/06 establishing¬† national monitoring structures on¬† free movement of persons on the¬† highways and at the borders with¬† ECOWAS region…(15) REG.28. 12.06. ESTABLISHING NATIONALMONITORING STRUCTURES ON FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSON ON THE HIGH WAY AND BORDWES WITH ECOWAS REGION wishing to address the concerns of community
citizens and to promote trade and investments in
the sub-region;
desirous therefore of creating monitoring
structures on free movement of persons on the
highways and at the borders of crucial importance
in ecowas, as well as the coordination bureau
with a view to attaining the objective of free
movement of persons;
done atouagadougou,
this 19th day of december, 2006
hon. aichatou mindaoudou,
chairperson,
for the counc
16 decision a/dec.2/01/06 relating to the
adoption of the concept of border
countries and the development of transborder
cooperation within the ecowas
regionA.DEC.2.01.06 RELATING TO THE ADOPTION OF THE CONCEPT OF BORDER COUNTRIES AND DEVELOPMENT OF TRANS-BORDERCOOPERATION WITHIN ECOWAS REGION
desiring therefore, to recognise trans-border
communities as contact and trade zones, and
develop institutional intermediaries at the national
and local levels, with a view to ensuring greater
efficiency of initiatives for the joint management of
the everyday problems of populations located along
the borders
done at niamey,
this 12th day of january 2006
h.e. mamadou tandja
chairman
for the authority
17 decision a/dec.5/01/06 approving
measures for the efficient functioning
of inter-governmental action group
against money laundering in west africa giabaA.DEC. 5 .01.06 APPROVING MEASURE FOR THE EFFICIENCYFUNCTIONING OF INTER-GOVERMENTAL ACTION GROUP AGAINST MONEY LAUNDERING
desiring therefore to upgrade giaba as a fatf
style regional body, ensure its efficient functioning
and also ensure and strengthen member states full
involvement in the fight against money laundering
which is now being used for the financing of terrorism
done at niamey,
this 12th day of january 2006
h.e. mamadou tandja
chairman
for the authority
18 decision c/dec.9/01/06 relating to the
adoption of the harmonisation
programme for consumer price indices
(cpi) of member states
C.DEC. 9.01.06 RELATING TO THE ADOPTION OF THE HARMONISATION PROGRAMME FOR CONSUMER PRICE INDICES OF MEMBER STATE
conscious of the need for comparable economic
data to guarantee the credibility of the ecowas
multilateral surveillance mechanism;
done at niamey,
this 12th day of january 2006
h.e. mamadou tandja
chairman
for the authority
19 decision a/dec. 10/01/2006 on ecowas
improved framework of gross domestic
product (gdp) in member statesA.DEC.10.01.06 ON THE ECOWAS IMPROVED FRAMWORK OF GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT(GDP) IN ECOWAS MEMBER STATES
conscious of the need for comparable economic
data to guarantee the credibility of the ecowas
multilateral surveillance mechanism;
done at niamey,
this 12th day of january 2006
h.e. mamadou tandja
chairman
for the authority
20 decision a/dec.11/01/06 relating to the
adoption of the 2006-2010 ecowas
regional statistical programme
A.DEC 11.01.06 RELATING TOTHE ADOPTION OF THE 2006-2010 ECOWAS REGIONAL STATISTICAL PROGRAMME
the objective of this statistical development
programme for west africa is to create the conditions
for each country in the region to have the capacity
to produce the minimum statistical information
necessary for decision-making by national authorities and the international community as well as socioeconomic
operators.
done at niamey,
this 12th day of january 2006
h.e. mamadou tandja
chairman
for the authority
21 decision a/dec.12/01/06 setting new  modalities for the preparation of  statistics on external trade in the
economic community of west african  states to replace decision c/dec.3/6/86
A.DEC. 12.01.06. SETTING NEW MODALITIES FOR THE PREPARETION OF STATISTICS ON EXTERNAL TRADE IN THE ECONOMIC OF WEST AFRICA STATES TO REPLACE DECISION C.DEC. 3.6.86
desirious of harmonising and consolidating external trade data in ecowas community done at niamey,
this 12th day of january 2006
h.e. mamadou tandja
chairman
for the authority
22 #22 A DEC 13 01 06 RELATING ECOWAS IMPROVED FRAMEWORK OF CONSUMER PRICE INDICES conscious of the need for comparable economic
data to guarantee the credibility of the ecowas
multilateral surveillance mechanism;
done at niamey,
this 12th day of january 2006
h.e. mamadou tandja
chairman
for the authority
23 decision aldec.8/12/01 relating to the establishment to pool the energy resources of member states to enable them meet their development requirements and to establish a mechanism for financing the west african power pool (wapp) priority projects done at dakar, thi$ 21st day of
. december, 2001
h. e. alpha oumar konare
chairman
for the authority
24  # 24 A DEC 11 12 01 RELATING TO THE NEGOTIATION OF A REGIONAL ECONOMIC PARTNERSHIP for a regional economic
partnership agreement as envisaged under the·
said acp/eu cotonou agreement can serve as a
mechanism for enhancing the development and integration
of the west african economies
done at dakar, this 21st day of
december, 2001
h. e. alpha oumar konare
chairman
for the authority
25 decision aldec.13/12/01 concerning the  first tranche of the called -up capital  of ecowas bank for investment and development. A.DEC.13.12.01 CONCERNING THE FIRST TRANCHE OF THE CALLED -UP CAPITAL OF ECOWAS BANK FOR INVESTMENT AND DEVELOPMENT to provide the ecowas
bank for investment and development with the nec-
. essary financial resources required to accomplish
its mission of investing in the two subsidiaries
done at dakar this 21st day of
december, 2001
h. e. alpha oumar konare
chairman
for the authority
26 decision aldec.17/12/01 creating a mechanism¬† for the multilateral surveillance¬† of economic and financial policies of¬† ecowas member states… A# 26 DEC 17 12 01 CREATING A MECHANISM FOR THE MULTILATERAL SURVEILLANCE OF ECONOMIC to fully implement the convergence measures
adopted and to specify the practical modalities’
for the organisation and implementation of the. multilateral
surveillance for the creation of a viable economic and monetary in west africa
done at dakar, this 21st day of
december, 2001
h. e. alpha oumar konare
chairman
for the authority
27 protocol a/p2/12/01 relating to the ecowas bank for investment and development (ebid)… recalling further the new article 21 paragraph 2 of the said revised treaty which requires that the status, objectives and functions of the holding company are defined in the protocol annexed to the said revised treaty done at dakar, this 21st day of december 2001 burkina faso, republic of benin

republic of cabo verde

cote d’ voire, gambia, ghana, guinea buissau, republic of guinea, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, reepulic of senegal, republic of sieria leone, republic of togo.

28 regulation c/reg.7/12/01 approving the  compensation budgets for loss of revenue
suffered by ecowas member states¬† in 1998 and 2000 as a result of the l1beralisation¬† of intra-ecowas trade… # 28 C REG 7 12 01 APPROVING THE COMPENSATION BUDGET FOR LOSS OF REVENUE SUFFERED BY ECOWAS MEMBER STATES
to approve the
compensation budgets for loss of revenue
suffered by ecowas member states
in 1998 and 2000 as a result of the l1beralisation
of intra-ecowas trade
done at dakar, this 17th day of
december, 2001
bacarikone
chairman for council
29 regulation c/reg.13/12/01 on roads that¬† have assumed greater importance in¬† supporting intra-community trade and cross-border movement…(29) C.REG. 13.12.01. ON THE ROAD THATHAVE ASSUMED GREATER IMPORTANCE IN SUPORTING INTRA -COMMUNITY TRADEAND CROSS-BORDER MOVEMENT interconnecting roads for the opening
up of the land-locked countries
done at dakar this 17th day of
december, 2001
bacari kone
chairman for council
30 ajp2/7/96 protocol establishing value
added tax in ecowas member states# 30 PROTOCOL VALUE ADDED TAX 1996
desiring to conclude a protocol establishing
value added tax in ecowas member states;
done at abuja,
this 27th day of july, 1996
benin republic, republic of ghana, burkina faso, republic of ivory coast, republic cape verde, republic of the gambia, republic of guinea, republic of niger, republic of guinea bissau, republic of nigeria, republic of liberia, republic of senegal, republic of mali, republic of sierra leone, republic of togo
31 decision a/dec. sn/96 granting the west¬† african enterprises network (waen)¬† the status of observer within the¬† institutions of the community… # 31 A.DEC.5.7.96 GRANTING THE WEST AFRICA ENTERPRISES NETWORK (WAEN) THE STATUS OF OBSERVVERS WITHIN THE INSTITUTION OF THE COMMUNITY. considering that the west africa enterprise
network is an international non-governmental
organisation comprising private sector
entrepreneurs whose objective is to contribute to
the improvement of the business climate in west
africa;
done at abuja,
this 27th day of july, 1996
h.e. jerry john rawlings
chairman
for the authority
32 decision a/dec. 6/7/96 establishing
standards for the design of
community roads… # 32 A.DEC.6.7.96 ESTABLISHING STANDARDS FOR THE DESIGN OF COMMUNITY ROAD
conscious of safety considerations, given that
heavy duty vehicles occupy up to 2.8 metres of
the roadway;
done at abuja,
this 27th day of july, 1996
h.e. jerry john rawlings
chairman
for the authority
33 decision a/dec. 8/7/96 relating to the
creation by each member state of an
autonomous fund for road
maintenance(33) a.dec. 8.7.96
aware of the accelerated deterioration of roads
in member states; and the high costs of
rehabilitating such roads;
done at abuja,
this 27th day of july, 1996
h.e. jerry john rawlings
chairman
for the authority
34 decision aldec. 11n/96 relating to the
adoption of an ecowas statistics
Policy
A.DEC. 11.7.96 RELATING TO THE ADOPTION OF AN ECOWAS STASTISTICS POLICY
determined to put in place a regional
mechanism for the harmonious development of
statistics in the region which would ensure the
efficient collection, analysis, compilation and
dissemination of. data at both national and regional
levels
done at abuja,
this 27th day of july, 1996
h.e. jerry john rawlings
chairman
for the authority
35 recommendation c/rec. 717/96 relating
to the establishment of standards for
the design of community roads
C.REC. 7.7.96 RELATING TO THE ESTABLISHMENT OF STARNDARD FOR DESIGN OF COMMUNITY ROAD
conscious of safety considerations given that
heavy duty vehicles occupy up to 2.8 metres of
the roadway;
done at abuja,
this 25th day of july, 1996
hon. kwame peprah
chairman,
for council of ministers.
36 supplementary convention a/sp.1/5/90  establishing a community guarantee
mechanism for inter-state road transit… # 36 A SP 1 5 90 CONVENTION ESTABLISHING A COMMUNITY GUARANTEE
to establish a community
guarantee mechanism to facilitate the free flow
of goods in the field of inter-state road transit of
goods
done at banjul this 29th day ofmay, 1990 republic of benin, burkina faso, republic of cape verde, republic of cote d’ivoire, republic of the gambia, ghana, republic of guinea, republic of guinea bissau, republic of liberia, republic of mali, republic of mauritania, republic of niger, republic of nigeria, republic of senegal, republic of sierra leone, togolese republic
37 supplementary protocol aisp 2/5/90 on the implementation of the third phase (right of establishment) of the protocol
on free movement of persons, right of residence and establishment…(37) A.SP.2.5.90. ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE THIRD PHASE RIGHT OF ESTABLISHMENT OF THE PROTOCOL ON FREE MEVEMENT
the imperative need to proceed to the
third phase (right of establishment) of the protocol on
free movement of persons, right of residence and
establishment, in-as-much as the uniform implementation
of the provisions of ecowas texts on free
movement of persons, goods, services and capital by all
member states is a fundamental basis of community
building and a pre-requisite for the harmonious development
of the economic, social and cultural activities of
the states of the sub-region which will ensure the welfare
of their peoples.
done at banjul this 29th day ofmay 1990 republic of benin, republic of the gambia, burkina faso, republic of guinea, republic of cape verde, republic of cote
d’ivoire, republic of guinea bissau, republic of uberia, federal republic of nigeria, republic of mali, republic of senegal, republic of sierra leone, republic of niger, togolese republic
38 decision ai dec. 2/5/90 establishing a residence  card in ecowas member states A.DEC. 2.5.90. ESTABLISHING A RESIDENCE CARD IN ECOWAS MEMBER STATES introduce a single residence card to compliment advantages of harmonous development activities in the community doneat banjul, this 30th day ofmay, 1990 h. e. capitain blaise compaore
chairman
for theauthority
39 decision a/dec. 7/5/ 90 relating to the¬† effects of the completion of the internal¬† european market (europe 1992) on¬† west africa… # 39 A DEC 7 5 90 RELATING TO THE EFFECTS OF THE COMPLETION to protect the west african economy
and address at the sub-regional level the problem of
marginalisation of west africa by the international
community owing to the adverse effects that europe 1992
would have, thus worsening the hostile international
environment that ecowas and its member states
have to copewith;
doneat banjul, this 30th day ofmay, 1990 h. e. captain blaise compaore
chairman
for the authority
40 decision c/dec. 2/5/90 containing the list  of industrial enterprises and. products  eligible to benefit from trade llberali sation
between ecowas member states… # 40 A DEC 2 5 90 ESTABLISHING A RESIDENCE CARD
to approve industrial enteprises and goods fulfiling the ecowas
rulesof origin conditions and approval asbeing eligible
for inclusion in the intra-community trade iiberalisation
scheme
doneat banjul, this 27th day ofmay, 1990 hon. (mrs) bintou sanogoh
chairman
for the council
41 resolution a/res. 3/5/90 relating to international support of west african development… (41) C.RES. 3.5.90 ON THE REDUCTION OF THE NUMBER OF ROAD CHECK- POINT IN ECOWAS MEMBER STATES-2 to address the diminution of the flow of exterrnal
resources to the sub-region, especially during the past
decade in spite of the firm commitments made under
un-paaerd by the industrialised countries to support
the necessary efforts of african countries
doneat banjul, this 30th day of may, 1990 h. e. captain blaise compaore
chairman
for the authority
42 resolution c/res. 2/5/90 on the adoption  of the draft supplementary protocol on
the implementation of the third phase  (right of establishment) of the protocol  on free movement of persons, right of  residence and establishment
 C.RES.2.5.90. ON THE ADOPTION OF THE DRAFT SUPPLEMENTARY PROTOCOL ON THE IMPPLEMETATION OF THIRD PHASE (RIGHT OF ESTABLISHMENT )OF THE PROTOCOL ON FREE MOVEMENT
to approve and adopt the supplementary
protocol on the implementation of phase 1\1 (right of
establishment) of “the protocol on free movement of
persons, right of residence and establishment
done at banjul, this 27th day ofmay, 1990 hon. (mrs) bintou sanogoh
chairman
for the council
43 resolution c/res. 4/5/90 on the reduction  of the number of road check-points in  ecowas member states C.RES. 4.5.90 ON THE REDUCTION OF THE NUMBER OF ROAD CHECK- POINT IN ECOWAS MEMBER STATES to reduce check points on inter-state roads done at banjul this 27th day of may, 1990. hon. (mrs) bintou sanogoh
chairman
for the council
44 resolution c/res. 5/5/90 on axle road… (44) c.Res.5.5.90 on Axele Road introduce weighbridge and axle scales as a means
of effectively monitoring tonnage transported and of
ensuring that the maximum axle load of 11.5 tonnes
adopted by ecowas member states is enforced
done at banjul this 27th day of may, 1990. hon. (mrs) bintou sanogoh
chairman
for the council
45 resolution c/res. 6/5/90 on the completion¬† of the remaining sections of the¬† trans west african highway network¬† and the interconnecting roads to facilitate¬† access to landlocked countries… (45) c.res.6.5 90 to prioritise the construction of interconnecting roads to facilitate access to landlocked countries and to complete the trans west african highway done at banjul this 27th day of may, 1990 hon. (mrs) bintou sanogoh
chairman
for the council
46  

resolution c/res. 8/5/90 on the establishment

 

to establish a harmonised
residence card within the community to facilitate and
simplify movement of personswithin member states
doneat banjul this27tti day ofmay, 1990. hon. (mrs) bintou sanogoh
chairman
for the council
47 Resolution c/res.9/5/9o relating to the¬† completion ofthe ecowas monetary cooperation¬† programme… (47)C.RES. 9.5.90 to adopt the time-table for the completion
of the ecowas monetary union
Done at banjul, this 27th day of may, 1990 hon. (mrs) bintou sanogoh
chairman
for the council
48 supplementary protocol a/sp.1/6/89 amending and complementing the provisions of article 7 of the protocol on free movement, right of residence and establishment… # 48 SUPPLEMENTARY PROTOCOL A_SP1_6_89
49 decision c/dec 6n/87 relating to the
cooperation agreement between international  finance company for
investment and development in africa
(sifida) and the ecowasfund
C.DEC. 6.7.87 RELATING TO THE COOPERATION AGREEMENT BETWEEN INTERNATIONAL FINANCE COMPANY FOR INVESTMENT DEVELOPMENTIN AFRICA (SIFIDA)AND THE ECOWAS FUND
desiring fund to finance investment to foster growth and development in ecowas community done at abuja, th is 6th day of july
1987
hon. dr. ka lu i. ka lu
chairman
for the counci l
50 a/sp.1/7/86 supplementary protocol on  the second phase (right of residence) of the protocol on free movement of persons, the right of residence and  establishment( 50 ) a.sp.1.7.86 convinced of the need to proceed to
the second phase of this protocol, which relates to
the right of residence, at the present stage of the
evolution of ecowas activities
done at abuja this 1st day of july 1986 benin republic, republic of ghana, burkina faso, republic of ivory coast, republic cape verde, republic of the gambia, republic of guinea, republic of niger, republic of guinea bissau, republic of nigeria, republic of liberia, republic of senegal, republic of mali, republic of sierra leone, republic of mauritania, republic of togo
51 c/dec.3/6/86 decision relating to the rules and regulations governing the modalities for the establishment of¬† statistics on the external trade of ecowas member states ‘C.DEC.3.6.86 RELATING TO THE RULE AND REGULATION GOVERNING THE MODALITIES FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF STATISTIC OF EXTERNAL TRADE OF MEMBER STATES desirious of the automatic proces
sing of customs and statistical data on the external
trade of member states, to enhance the decision relating to the rules and regulations governing the modalities for the preparation of statistics on the external trade of ecowas member states, which is been adopted for ecowas
done at abuja, 30th june 1986 honourable dr. kalu i. kalu
chairman
52 c/dec.4/6/86 decision establishing procedure for centralisation of information and data control for the purpose  of assessing loss of revenue suffered by ecowas member states as a result
of the implementation of the intracommunity trade liberalisation programme.(52) c.dec. 4.6.86
desirious of accertaining the valu of revenue lost by ecowas member state through the proccese of trade liberalization done at abuja, 30th june 1986 honourable dr. kalu i. kalu
chairman
53  A RES 1 7 86 RELATING TO SUPPORT FOR THE WEST AFRICA RICE conscious of the vital role that agricultural
research can play in increasing food production
and productivity
done at abuja, this 1st day of july 1986 h.e. major-general ibrahim
badamasi babangida
chairman
54 alp 1/7/85 convention on the temporary  importation of passenger vehicles into
member states…(54) A.SP. 1.7.85 SUPPLEMENTARY PROTOCOL ON THE CODE OF CONDUCT FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF PROTOCOL ON FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSON THE RIGHT OF RESIDENCE AND ESTABLISHMENT
desirous of promot ing an effec tive implementati
o n of th e protocol o n the free movemen t of
person s, right of resid en ce and est abli shm ent signed
on 29 may, 1979 in dakar, part icularly in respect of
the movemen t of passenge r veh id es
done in lome the 6th of july 1985 benin republic, republic of ghana, burkina faso, republic of ivory coast, republic cape verde, republic of the gambia, republic of guinea, republic of niger, republic of guinea bissau, republic of nigeria, republic of liberia, republic of senegal, republic of mali, republic of sierra leone, republic of mauritania, republic of togo
55 a/sp. 1/7/85 supplemental protocol on¬† the code of ‘conduct for the implementation¬† of the protocol on free movement¬† of persons, the right of residence¬† and establishment… # 55 SUPPLEMENTARY PROTOCOL A_SP.1_7_85 conscious of the urgent need to establish an
effective and adequate cooperation between the
administrations of member states in view ofthe
need for mutual administrative assistance between
them on. the free movementofpersons,
goods, services and capital;
done in lome on this 6th day of july, 1985 benin republic, republic of ghana, burkina faso, republic of ivory coast, republic cape verde, republic of the gambia, republic of guinea, republic of niger, republic of guinea bissau, republic of nigeria, republic of liberia, republic of senegal, republic of mali, republic of sierra leone, republic of mauritania, republic of togo
56 a/dec. 2/7/85 decision of the authority¬† of heads of state and government of the economic community of west african states relating to the establishment of ecowas travel certificate for member states… # 56 A DEC 2 7 85 OF THE AUTHORIY OF HEADS OF STATES AND GOVERNMENT desirious to adopt a free and eassy mean of movement for the member state within the ecowas communities done at lome on 6th july, 1985 for the authority h.e. major general muhammadu buhari
the chai rman
57 C.DEC. 7.5.85. ESTABLISHING A CONSULTATION AND CO-ODINATIONCOMMITTEE BETWEEN MEMBER STATES FOR THE PROGRAMMING OF TRADE FAIRAND SIMILAR COMMERCIAL EVENTS

 

conscious of the importance of events such as
fairs and exhibitions in the development of trade between
memberstates of the community
done at lome 3 july 1985 for the council hon. dr. komla alipui
the chairman
58 a/dec17/5/80 decision of the author ity¬† of heads of state and gove rnment of¬† the economic commutllty of west¬† african states relating to the modlficatoion¬†of article 2 paragraph 2 of the¬† protocol relating to the assessment¬† of loss of revenue of member states¬† of the economic community of west¬† african states… # 58 A DEC 17 5 80 DECISION OF THE AUTHORITY OF HEADS OF STATE AND GOVERNMENT desirious to acces and modify the loss of revenue by member state through liberalization and mode of compensation don e at ¬∑ lome t his 28th day of may. 1980 for th e authority h.e. genera l gnassingbe eyadema the chairman
59 protocol a/p.1/5/79 relating to free movement of persons, residence and establishment

A.DIR.15.5.79 RELATING TO THE FREE MOVEMENT OF PERSON AND THE RIGHT OF RESIDENCE AND ESTABLISHMENT

 

convinced of the need to spell out in this protocol the various stages to be undergone to accomplish complete freedom of movement as envisaged by sub-paragraph (d) of paragraph 2 of article 2 and article 27 of the treaty done at dakar this 29th day of may 1979 all member states
60 supplementary protocol a/sp.1/7/86 on the second phase (right of residence…(60) A.S 1.7.86 supplementary protocol on the second phase Right of residence ) protocol on free movement. 1986. the need to proceed to the second phase of this protocol, which relates to the rights of residence, at the present stage of the evolution of ecowas activities done at abuja this 1st day of july 1986 all member states
61 Supplementary act A/SA.2/12/17 ADOPTING THE ECOWAS CUSTOMS CODE  

CONSIDERING THE NEED TO LAY DOWN GENERAL RULES AND PROCEDURES APPLICABLE TO GOODS ENTERING OR LEAVING THE CUSTOMS TERRITORY OF THE COMMUNITY

Done at Abuja, Nigeria this 16th Day of December 2017

 

 

 

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