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GUATEMALA

Updated 09 December 2010

Legislation

 Constitution of the Republic of Guatemala of 5 September 1965
 Legislative Decree No. 20-76 of 9 June 1976 concerning the breadth of the Territorial Sea and the establishment of an Exclusive Economic Zone

Piracy

Constitución Política De La República De Guatemala
Codigo Penal
Decreto 56-96 Aprobacion De Convemar
Decreto Numero 20-76
INFORMACIÓN SOBRE LA LEGISLACIÓN NACIONAL RELATIVA A LA PIRATERIA

Maritime boundary delimitation agreements
 and other material

with Mexico

 Treaty on the delimitation of the border between Mexico and Guatemala, 27 September 1882 (entry into force: 1 May 1883; registration #: 933; registration date: 1 August 1985; link to UNTS)
 Exchange of notes between Mexico and Guatemala constituting an agreement on the establishment of an international boundary and water commission, 9 November and 21 December 1961 (entry into force: 21 December 1961; registration # 22878: registration date: 26 April 1984; link to UNTS)

 


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