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The Climate Change Act of Fiji establishes a comprehensive legal framework for Fiji’s response to climate change and creates requirements and governance arrangements, as well as helps to implement the Paris Agreement. Fiji is the first Small Island Developing State to pass climate legislation inclusive of a net-zero emissions goal and the first globally to set out a legally recognized state-supported process for relocation of at-risk communities. The new law was supported under ADB’s Law and Policy Reform Program.
To enable and facilitate the use of arbitration as an alternative dispute resolution mechanism in international commercial disputes, and for other related purposes.
A Circular Decree of the State Council Concerning Strict Protection of Precious and Rare Wild Animals in China.
This Act shall apply to international commercial arbitration. The purposes of this Act are to facilitate the fair resolution of disputes by arbitration without unnecessary delay or expense, provide for the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards and give effect to Tonga’s obligations under the Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards adopted in 1958.
The Amended Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) Law of Uzbekistan is intended to address gaps in the 2019 PPP Law. It establishes the PPP Development Agency which is tasked to implement PPP government policy. It provides, among others, for the selection of the private partner through tender results or direct negotiation, the rights and obligations of the parties to the PPP agreement, and the payment of a success fee.
The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Domestic Violence Against Women (Prevention and Protection) Act provides for the prevention of domestic violence against women to protect them from sexual abuse, psychological abuse, economic abuse, and stalking.
The Law on Public Private Partnership of Vietnam establishes a framework for public private partnership (PPP) investment activities. It provides for the five sectors where PPP is allowed, as well as the PPP contract types. It also provides for the required minimum total investment, as well as the mechanism for sharing revenue surplus and shortfall.
The fundamental law defines India as a Union of States. It provides for the admission or establishment of new States, and citizenship in India. It enshrines fundamental rights, as well as directive principles of state policy and the fundamental duties of every citizen of India.