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This declaration specifies Mosul district, Ninewa province, Iraq as a 'declared area'. It makes it an offence under section 119.2 of the Criminal Code to enter, or remain in, Mosul district, Ninewa province, Iraq, except where the person has done so soley for a legitimate purpose or purposes.
Administered by: Attorney-General's
Registered 02 Mar 2018
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled Senate19-Mar-2018
Tabled HR26-Mar-2018
To be ceased 03 Mar 2021
Ceased by Self Ceasing
Ceasing Comments subsection 119.3(4) of the Criminal Code set out in the Schedule of the Criminal Code Act 1995

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Criminal Code (Foreign Incursions and Recruitment—Declared Areas) Declaration 2018—Mosul District, Ninewa Province, Iraq

Criminal Code Act 1995   

I, JULIE BISHOP, Minister for Foreign Affairs, make this Declaration under subsection 119.3(1) of the Criminal Code.

Dated                                          1 March 2018

 


JULIE BISHOP

Minister for Foreign Affairs

 

1          Name of Declaration

            This declaration is the Criminal Code (Foreign Incursions and Recruitment—Declared Areas) Declaration 2018—Mosul District, Ninewa Province, Iraq

2          Commencement

            This declaration commences on the day after it is registered.

3          Authority

            This declaration is made under subsection 119.3(1) of the Criminal Code.

4          Declared area in a foreign country

            Mosul district, Ninewa province, Iraq as shown marked ‘Mosul District’ on the two maps attached hereto and marked ‘A’.  Mosul district is located in the Ninewa province of Iraq and is bordered by the districts of Al Hadr, Tall Afar, Tall Kayf and Al Hamdaniyah in Ninewa province and the provinces of Arbil and Salah ad Din. 


A—Mosul District, Ninewa Province Iraq