Law On Measures For Optimisation Of The Police Services (1)

Original Language Title: Loi portant mesures d'optimalisation des services de police (1)

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26 MARCH 2014. - Act respecting measures to optimize police services (1)



PHILIPPE, King of the Belgians,
To all, present and to come, Hi.
The Chambers adopted and We sanction the following:
PART Ier. - General provision
Article 1er. This Act regulates a matter referred to in Article 78 of the Constitution.
PART II. - Amendments
CHAPTER 1er. - Amendments to the Act of 7 December 1998 organizing an integrated, two-tiered police service
Art. 2. In Article 6, paragraph 1er, 8°, of the law of 7 December 1998 organizing an integrated police service, structured at two levels, the words "of the advisory council of the mayors" are replaced by the words "of the council of the mayors".
Art. 3. The title of Chapter III of Title Ier the Act is replaced by the following:
"Chapter III. - The council of the townmen."
Art. 4. In section 8 of the Act, the following amendments are made:
1° the words "advisory advice" are replaced each time by the word "advice";
2° paragraph 1er is supplemented by the following sentence:
"It may also issue initiative recommendations or at the request of the Minister of the Interior on any matter relating to the regulation or legislation relating to the local police. ".
Art. 5. In title Ier of the same law, a chapter IV containing articles 8bis to 8quater entitled:
"Chapter IV. - The Federal Police Steering Committee and the Integrated Police Coordinating Committee".
Art. 6. In Chapter IV, inserted by Article 5, an article 8bis is inserted, as follows:
"Art. 8bis. § 1er. Within the federal police, a steering committee is established, consisting of:
1st of the Commissioner General;
2° of the Director General of the Administrative Police;
3° of the Director General of the Judicial Police;
4° of the Director General of Resource Management and Information, responsible for the management of personnel, logistics, ITC, information and finance.
The steering committee is headed by the Commissioner-General who also organizes the secretariat.
The Commissioner-General and Directors-General may only be replaced in the steering committee in accordance with section 120, paragraphs 3 and 4.
§ 2. The steering committee is responsible for making decisions or making reasoned opinions, including:
1° the police strategy;
2° the draft national security plan;
3° the draft comprehensive security framework note;
4° the federal police strategy for personnel, logistics, ITC, finance and information;
5° fiscal and investment policy.
§ 3. The steering committee decides in principle by consensus. In the absence of consensus, the decision is taken by the Commissioner-General, who informs the Minister of the Interior and the Minister of Justice if the matter falls within his competence.
The steering committee shall develop a rules of procedure that determines the other modalities of its operation. This regulation is submitted to the Ministers of the Interior and Justice for approval. ".
Art. 7. In the same chapter IV, an article 8ter is inserted, as follows:
"Art. 8ter. § 1er. An integrated police coordination committee is established:
1st of the members of the Federal Police Steering Committee;
2° of the President and Vice-Presidents of the Standing Committee of Local Police or their delegates.
The meetings of the Integrated Police Coordination Committee are alternately chaired by the Commissioner General or, in the event of absence, by his representative and by the Chair of the Standing Committee of the Local Police or, in the event of absence or incapacitation, by one of the Vice-Chairs.
Members of the Integrated Police Coordination Committee may be assisted, in an advisory capacity, by integrated police officers or experts in accordance with the terms and conditions set out in the rules of procedure.
§ 2. In particular, the Integrated Police Coordination Committee is responsible, either on an initiative or at the request of the Minister of the Interior, the Minister of Justice or both, to make recommendations and to provide them with reasoned advice on the collective police policy or the integrated police strategy for personnel, logistics, ITC, budget and information.
The Coordinating Committee may meet with the Council of Bourgmestres on matters within their respective competences.
§ 3. The Integrated Police Coordination Committee develops a rules of procedure that determines the other modalities of its operation. This regulation is submitted to the Ministers of the Interior and Justice for approval. ".
Art. 8. In the same chapter IV, an article 8quater is inserted, as follows:
"Art. 8quater. § 1er. It is established a platform for consultation between the integrated police and the judicial authorities, known as the Justipol consultation platform.
The Justipol consultation platform is composed of:
1st of the members of the College of Attorneys General;
2° of the Federal Prosecutor;
3rd of the President of the King's Attorneys' Council;
4th of the members of the Federal Police Steering Committee;
5° of the President and Vice-Presidents of the Standing Committee of Local Police or their delegates.
The Justipol consultation platform is chaired by the president of the General Prosecutors' College or, in the event of absence or incapacity, by a Attorney General designated by the College.
§ 2. The Justipol consultation platform is responsible for strengthening the collective strategy and modalities of collaboration between the judicial authorities and the integrated police, without prejudice to Article 143quater of the Judicial Code. It also makes, at the initiative or at the request of the Ministers of Justice and the Interior, recommendations on issues of common interest that fall within the competence of the Ministers of Justice and the Interior.
§ 3. The Justipol consultation platform meets at least once a semester."
Art. 9. In section 35 of the Act, the following amendments are made:
1° in paragraph 1er, the words "or his delegate" are repealed;
2° the article is supplemented by a paragraph written as follows:
"The Zonal Security Council meets at least once a year."
Art. 10. In section 59 of the Act, the words "advice agents" are replaced by the word "agents".
Art. 11. In section 61 of the Act, the following amendments are made:
1° in paragraph 3, the words "advisory advice" are replaced by the word "advisory";
2° in paragraph 5, the words "operational direction" are replaced by the words "operational direction and coordination".
Art. 12. Section 92 of the Act is supplemented by a paragraph written as follows:
"The national security plan is accompanied by a multi-year estimate of the means and investments deemed essential by the federal police, during the duration of the plan, to achieve the objectives referred to in paragraph 2, 1°, which is established to the attention of the Ministers of Justice and the Interior. ".
Art. 13. Section 93 of the Act, replaced by the Act of 20 June 2006, is replaced by the following:
"Art. 93. § 1er. The federal police include:
1° the police station;
2° a cross-sectional direction in charge of staff, logistics, ITC, information and finance, known as the general management of resources and information;
3° two operational branches, namely the general management of the administrative police and the general management of the judicial police.
§ 2. The General Police Station and the General Directorates are composed of central and decentralized branches and services. Deconcentrated directions and services are:
1° the deconcentrated coordination and support directions;
2° the judicial branches disconcerned in this understanding the divisions of the judicial police which are, if any, fixed by a royal decree deliberated in the Council of Ministers in case of clearly established operational needs;
3° the borough information and communication service consisting of the borough information hub and the information and communication centre.
By district and in the department of Hal-Vilvoorde, the directions and services referred to in paragraph 1erare organized in a coordinated and integrated manner.
§ 3. For the surplus, subject to the application of sections 100bis to 102, the King regulates the organization of the general police station and branches in directions and services.
§ 4. All branches, directions and services of the federal police are the responsibility of the Commissioner General.".
Art. 14. In section 95 of the Act, the words "drawn by the General Directorate of the Judicial Police" are replaced by the words "drawn jointly by the General Directorate of the Judicial Police and by the General Directorate of the Administrative Police".
Art. 15. In section 96 of the Act, as amended by the Act of 26 April 2002, the following amendments are made:
1° in paragraph 1er the words "are detached" are replaced by the words "can be detached";
2° in paragraphs 3 and 4, the words "advisory advice" are replaced each time by the word "advice".
Art. 16. Section 98 of the Act, as amended by the Act of 20 June 2006, is replaced by the following:
"Art. 98. § 1er. The federal police are placed under the authority of the Minister of the Interior and the Minister of Justice, who, in accordance with the legal provisions, are jointly competent to establish the general principles of the organization, operation and general administration of the federal police to ensure, inter alia, a minimum service equivalent to the population.
§ 2. The Ministers of the Interior and Justice jointly set out the powers of the Commissioner-General, the administrative coordinators and the judicial directors, as well as the responsibilities of the directors-general who will have competence for the internal organization of their general management and the management of their staff, operations and investments.
The signature of the Minister of the Interior and that of the Minister of Justice is required, among other things, for the organic royal decrees relating to the federal police and for the policy note relating to the federal police as part of the proposed general budget for expenditures.
Without prejudice to other legal or regulatory provisions, the Minister of the Interior supervises the daily management of the federal police entrusted to the Commissioner General. When the processing of these files directly affects the general management of the judicial police, the disconcerned judicial branches or the management of information, he associates the Minister of Justice with the rules they set in common."
Art. 17. Section 100bis of the Act, inserted by the Act of 20 June 2006, is replaced by the following:
"Art. 100bis. § 1er. The Commissioner General ensures the effective and efficient operation of the federal police and the application of the principles of speciality and subsidiarity.
It contributes to the optimal integrated operation of the two police components, in particular by ensuring the execution of the support missions by its own directorates and services and by the branches. To this end, the Commissioner-General oversees the management of relations and coordination with the local police.
In this context, the Commissioner-General undertakes the following tasks:
1° the development, after the advice of the Directors General concerned:
- general guidelines on operational policing strategy;
- specific and general directives relating to the collection and operation of operational and non-operational police information and to the organizational management of the federal police regarding personnel, logistics, ITC, finances and fiscal and investment policy, as well as the monitoring and evaluation of these directives;
2° international police cooperation;
3° communication from the federal police.
§ 2. The General Directorate of Resource and Information Management is responsible for the collection and operation of operational and non-operational police information and non-operational management missions for the benefit of the federal police and certain non-operational support missions for local authorities and polices.
The Director General of Resource and Information Management contributes to an optimal integrated operation and assumes the management of its general management and the management of human resources, information, ITC and material and financial resources for the benefit of the integrated police authorities and services, within the framework of the organizational management directives referred to in § 1er, paragraph 3, 1°, of which it monitors and coordinates with the deconcentrated level."
Art. 18. Section 101 of the Act, replaced by the Act of 20 June 2006, is replaced by the following:
"Art. 101. The General Directorate of the Administrative Police is responsible for the specialized and supra-local administrative police missions and, in this context, support missions to the police authorities and the integrated police services. The Director General of the Administrative Police contributes to an optimal integrated operation, in particular by ensuring the execution of the support missions by its own directorates and services.
In this context, the General Directorate of the Administrative Police includes:
1° the operation of police information that is necessary for integrated police missions;
2° the direction and operational coordination of the administrative police missions of its branches and services;
3° specialized administrative police missions and support to police missions;
4° the organization of the federal reserve of intervention for the benefit of all police services;
5° support in the context of the administrative disconcerting missions of the administrative co-ordinators, including the provision of personnel in the context of a hypothecized capacity and means in accordance with the directives issued by the Minister of the Interior. "
Art. 19. Section 102 of the Act, replaced by the Act of 20 June 2006, is replaced by the following:
"Art. 102. The General Directorate of the Judicial Police is responsible for specialized and supralocal judicial police missions and, in this context, support missions to the police authorities and integrated police services. The Director General of the Judicial Police contributes to an optimal integrated operation, in particular by ensuring the execution of the support missions by its own branches and services.
In this context, the General Directorate of the Judicial Police includes the following:
1° the operation of police information that is necessary for integrated police missions;
2° the direction and operational coordination of the judicial police missions of the central federal police services;
3° operational coordination, control and support of the disconcerned judicial branches;
4° Specialized judicial police missions and support to police missions, including investigation missions in the context of matters fixed by the King by deliberate order in the Council of Ministers;
5° the technical and scientific police, without prejudice to the functions of the National Institute of Criminalism and Crimeinology;
6° the organization of special units for the benefit of all police services. ".
Art. 20. Section 102bis of the Act, inserted by the Act of 20 June 2006, is repealed.
Art. 21. Section 103 of the Act, as amended by the Act of 20 June 2006, is replaced by the following:
"Art. 103. § 1er. The Director Administrative Coordinator directs and organizes the Coordination and Support Directorate disconcerned and, in particular, ensures that all preparatory actions for the management, at the supra-local level of events or crisis situations, calamities, disasters or disasters. He manages the information and communication service of the borough referred to in Article 93, § 2, 3°.
§ 2. The Director Administrative Coordinator ensures regular consultation with the Governor and regularly maintains service reports with the Commissioner of Borough. The Administrative Coordinator also provides a dialogue, at his request, with each head of body or town of his district.
§ 3. For the performance of his duties, the Director Administrative Coordinator shall comply with the orders, instructions and directives of the Commissioner General and the Directors General according to their respective competences.
§ 4. He coordinates his activities with those of the judicial director.
§ 5. The Administrative Coordinator Director shall respond to any request for support from the Director General of the Administrative Police, as a matter of priority to the execution of any other administrative police mission. In this context, it ensures a guaranteed levy for missions decided by the Director General of the Administrative Police.
§ 6. The Administrative Coordinator is placed under the authority of the Commissioner General.".
Art. 22. Section 104 of the Act is replaced by the following:
"Art. 104. § 1er. The Executive Director is responsible for the following:
1° the execution of the national security plan within its jurisdiction, for aspects that fall within its sphere of competence, taking into account local priorities and in consultation with partners;
2° the administrative management of the personnel, logistics, ITC and the finances of the federal police for the services that fall under its control and for the disconcerned judicial branches within its jurisdiction;
3° the "contact point" function of front-line entities of the general management of the administrative police within its jurisdiction;
4° participation in research dialogue, provincial consultation and zonal security council;
5° the coordination, at the request of the competent administrative police authorities, of the support by the federal level in respect of supralocal administrative police missions and missions that have a component of both administrative police and judicial police;
6° the coordination and direction of police operations in accordance with sections 7/1 to 7/3 of the Police Service Act, with the exception of specialized judicial police missions referred to in section 102;
7° the response to requests for operational, administrative or technical support and to the management and operation of police information of the local police, with the exception of support for specialized judicial police missions referred to in section 102;
8° the responsibility for the daily logistics and administrative management of the information and communication service of the district, as well as the functional authority on administrative police information;
9° in the context of its legal competences, the management of relations with the local police, in particular by inviting at least once a year all the bourgmestres and the heads of bodies of its territorial jurisdiction.
At the request of a police zone, a memorandum of understanding specifying the terms and commitments in support may be concluded between the area and the administrative coordinator director.
§ 2. The Administrative Coordinator Director responds to requests for operational support and requests for non-operational support to the Judicial Director, where they are necessary for the proper discharge of the duties entrusted to his services, in particular with respect to:
1° administrative management of staff, logistics, ITC and finance;
2° the management and operation of police information.
When it fails to respond to these requests, the Commissioner General decides."
Art. 23. In the same law, an article 104bis is inserted as follows:
"Art. 104bis. Pursuant to Article 103, § 1er, the borough information and communication service is responsible, in the jurisdiction for which it is competent, for support in the processing and management of information.
The borough's information and communication service carries out its duties for the benefit of both the federal police and the local police, and therefore the federal police and the local police actually participate in its composition and operation.
The King sets out by a deliberate decree in the Council of Ministers the rules of composition and the modalities for the operation of information and communication services.".
Art. 24. Section 105 of the Act, as amended by the Act of 20 June 2006, is replaced by the following:
"Art. 105. § 1er. The disconcerned judiciary carries out the specialized judicial police missions assigned to that direction in accordance with Article 5, paragraphs 2 and 3, of the Police Function Act. It is placed under the direction of the director of the disconcerned judiciary, known as the judicial director.
§ 2. The Judicial Director provides direction, organization and division of tasks within his or her management and coordinates the execution of these missions by the members of his or her management.
§ 3. He exercises functional authority over judicial information.
§ 4. Without prejudice to § 7, paragraph 2, and section 99, paragraph 2, for the execution of his missions, he shall comply, within the framework of the directives of the Commissioner General, with the orders and instructions of the Director General of the Judicial Police and, with regard to the specialized administrative police missions, with the Director General of the Administrative Police.
§ 5. It coordinates its activities with those of the Director Administrative Coordinator.
§ 6. In order to ensure the coordination of judicial police missions between the local police and the disconcerned judiciary, the judicial director regularly maintains service relations with local police officials and participates in the research dialogue and provincial consultation. He meets, at least once a year, the burgers and body leaders of his spring.
In order to ensure the coordination of judicial police missions, the judicial director maintains a regular dialogue with the King's Prosecutor of his jurisdiction.
§ 7. The Judicial Director provides support to local police research services.
At the request of an area, a memorandum of understanding specifying the terms and commitments for judicial support may be concluded between the area and the judicial director.
Disconcerned judicial branches also carry out specialized administrative police missions.
§ 8. The Chief Justice is placed under the authority of the Chief Justice Officer.
§ 9. The King may, by a deliberate decree in the Council of Ministers, distribute the territorial jurisdictions of the judicial branches disconcerned in two or more divisions of the judicial police, if required by operational necessity.
§ 10. Without prejudice to the powers of the King's prosecutors, the decisions of the Federal Prosecutor in the matter referred to in Article 144ter, § 1er, 2°, of the judicial code are, upon requisition of the latter, executed by the disconcerned judicial branches of Antwerp, Brussels, Charleroi/Mons, Flanders-Orientale and Liège. A deliberated Royal Decree in the Council of Ministers may set out the modalities for coordination, leadership and staff engagement.
§ 11. In the subjects of organized economic and financial crime, tax and social fraud and ICT crime, research units are created in the judicial branches of Antwerp, Brussels, Charleroi/Mons, Flanders-Orientale and Liège, which are responsible for the specialized investigations. In particular, they will be responsible for participating in multidisciplinary joint investigation teams. A royal decree deliberated in the Council of Ministers may set out the modalities for coordination, leadership and staff engagement. ".
Art. 25. Section 105bis of the Act, inserted by the Act of 26 April 2002, is repealed.
Art. 26. Section 108bis, inserted by the Act of 20 June 2006 and amended by the Act of 21 December 2013, is replaced by the following:
"Art. 108bis. The superior officers are appointed by the King. The appointment of senior officers assigned to a disconcerned judicial branch shall take place after a reasoned opinion of the Attorney General to the Court of Territorially Competent Appeal.
The other officers are appointed by the minister.
Staff members of the level A administrative and logistical framework are appointed by the Minister or hired by the Commissioner-General.
Other staff members are appointed or hired by the Commissioner General or his or her delegate.".
Art. 27. In section 119 of the Act, the words "advice agents" are replaced by the word "agents".
Art. 28. In section 122, paragraph 2, of the Act, the words "advice agents" are replaced by the word "agents".
Art. 29. Section 128 of the Act is supplemented by two paragraphs written as follows:
"By derogation from paragraph 1er, the Minister may, after consultation within the Higher Consultation Committee, organize once a specific mobility "IN", in the period not exceeding the eighteen months from 1er May 2014, limited to federal police personnel when this mobility is involved in a federal police optimization or structural reorganization plan.
When mobility occurs in a merger of two or more police zones, the Minister may, by derogation from paragraph 1er, and after consultation with the relevant consultation committees, organize once a specific mobility "IN", in the period not exceeding twelve months after the publication of the royal decree defining the territorial jurisdiction of the new police zone, limited to the personnel of the police zones concerned. ".
Art. 30. In section 133 of the Act, the words "advice agents" are replaced by the word "agents".
Art. 31. In section 139 of the same law, the words "advice agents" are replaced each time by the word "agents".
Art. 32. In section 142bis of the Act, inserted by the Act of 31 May 2001, the following amendments are made:
1° in the article, whose current text will form § 1er the following amendments are made:
(a) in the 1st, the words "instituted police schools" are replaced by the words "established police school";
(b) in 2°, the word "subsidiaries" is each time replaced by the word "agents";
2° the article is supplemented by a § 2 written as follows:
"§2. The Minister of the Interior and, for matters within his jurisdiction, the Minister of Justice monitor the quality of police training. The Minister of the Interior may decide to reduce subsidies to approved police schools that do not meet training standards. The King sets out the terms of this reduction.".
Art. 33. In section 142quinquies, paragraph 2, of the same law, inserted by the law of May 31, 2001, the word "siliaries" is replaced by the word "agents".
Art. 34. In section 149quinquies, paragraph 3, of the Act, inserted by the Act of 27 December 2004, the words "advisory board" are replaced by the word "advisory".
Art. 35. In section 149octies of the Act, inserted by the Act of 27 December 2004 and amended by the Act of 30 December 2009, the following amendments are made:
1° in paragraph 1er, the words "of the wage engine chosen by each employer" are replaced by the words "of the SSGPI's salary engine";
2° in paragraph 2, 1°, the words "The General Directorate of Federal Police Support and Management" are replaced by the words "The Commissioner General or his delegate".
CHAPTER 2. - Amendments to the Act of 15 May 2007 on the General Inspectorate and providing various provisions relating to the status of certain members of the police services
Art. 36. In the Act of 15 May 2007 on the General Inspectorate and on various provisions relating to the status of certain members of the police services, an article 5/1 is inserted as follows:
"Art. 5/1. A memorandum of understanding is concluded between the General Inspectorate and Committee P and is subject to the approval of the Ministers of the Interior and Justice and the Parliamentary Committee accompanying Committee P. The objective of this Memorandum of Understanding is to maximize synergy between the two services, increase efficiency and clarify their modalities of collaboration. ".
Art. 37. In section 9 of the Act, the words "budget of the federal police and the integrated operation" are replaced by the words "budget of the Federal Internal Public Service".
CHAPTER 3. - Amendments to the Police Function Act
Art. 38. In section 44/3 of the Police Service Act, inserted by the Act of 18 March 2014, the following amendments are made:
1° in § 1er, paragraph 3, the words "and the General Police Station, each Director General" are inserted between the words "Each Police Zone" and the words "and each Federal Police Directorate";
2° in § 1er, paragraph 4, the words ", branches and the general police station" are inserted between the words "several directions" and the words "of the federal police";
3° in § 1er, paragraph 5, 3, the words ", its Director General or the Commissioner General" are inserted after the words "or its Director";
4° in § 1er, paragraph 7, the words ", to the Director General or to the Commissioner General" are inserted between the words "to the Director" and the words "if it belongs to the federal police".
Art. 39. In section 44/4, paragraph 2, paragraph 2, of the Act, inserted by the Act of 18 March 2014, the words "the Commissioner General, the Directors General and" are inserted between the words "local police and" and the words "the directors for the federal police".
Art. 40. In Article 44/11, § 1erin the same Act, inserted by the Act of 18 March 2014, the following amendments are made:
1° in paragraph 1er, the words "of the police station" are replaced by the words "of the general management of resources and information";
2° Paragraph 2 is repealed.
Art. 41. In article 44/11/2, § 1erin the same Act, inserted by the Act of 18 March 2014, the following amendments are made:
1° in paragraph 2, the words "of the police station" are replaced by the words "of the general management of resources and information";
2° Paragraph 3 is repealed.
Art. 42. In article 44/11/3, § 1erParagraph 1er, from the same law, inserted by the law of March 18, 2014, the words "and the Commissioner General, the Directors General" are inserted between the words "local police," and the words "and directors for the federal police".
CHAPTER 4. - Amendments to the Act of 26 April 2002 on essential elements of the status of police personnel and other provisions relating to police services
Art. 43. The following amendments are made to section 66 of the Act of 26 April 2002 on the essential elements of the status of police personnel and other provisions relating to police services, replaced by the Act of 20 June 2006:
1° in paragraph 1er6° is repealed;
2° Paragraph 5 is repealed.
Art. 44. In section 67, 3°, of the same law, the words ", the mandate of the Director of the Federal Police" are repealed.
PART III. - Transitional and final provisions
Art. 45. An evaluation of the operation of the federal police and, in particular, the effectiveness of the organization of the administrative and judicial disconcerned police departments by the Federal Police Council will take place in the last half of 2018.
Art. 46. § 1er. Up to 1er June 2014, the spring and seat of the deconcentrated directions and services of the federal police referred to in Article 93, § 1er, paragraphs 2, 1° to 3°, of the law of 7 December 1998 organizing an integrated police service, structured at two levels, are those of the judicial districts of 31 March 2014, with the exception of those of the judicial district of Brussels.
§ 2. For the districts of Bruges, Courtrai, Furnes, Ypres, Ghent, Termonde, Audenarde, Antwerp, Turnhout, Mechelons, Hasselt, Tongres, Liege, Verviers, Huy, Namur, Dinant, Marche, Neufchâteau, Arlon, Mons, Tournai and Charleroiau, judicial directors and administrative coordinators as of March 1st, 2014er June 2014.
§ 3. Judicial directors and administrative coordinators designated to lead the boroughs as defined by the law of 1er December 2013 reforming the judicial districts and amending the judicial code with a view to strengthening the mobility of members of the judiciary, will take office on 1er June 2014.
§ 4. The judicial directors and administrative co-ordinators of the Brussels boroughs, Louvain, Brabant Wallon and Eupen, the judicial director of Charleroi, and the judicial directors and administrative co-ordinators referred to in § 3, are responsible for preparing, in consultation with the Commissioner General and General Directors, the plan for the reorganization of the borough involving the proposed police, organizational and operational strategy.
Art. 47. The provisions of this Act come into force on 1er April 2014, with the exception of articles 5 to 8, 13, 17, 20 to 25, 32, 1°, a, 40, 41, 43 and 44 which come into force on 1er October 2014 and section 37 that comes into force on 1er January 2015.
Promulgation of this law, let us order that it be clothed with the seal of the State and published by the Belgian Monitor.
Brussels, 26 March 2014.
PHILIPPE
By the King:
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior and Equal Opportunities,
Ms. J. MILQUET
The Minister of Justice,
Ms. A. TURTELBOOM
Seal of the state seal:
The Minister of Justice,
Ms. A. TURTELBOOM
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Note
House of Representatives
(www.lachambre.be)
Documents: 53-3375 - 2013/2014.
Full report: 13 March 2014.
Senate (www.senate.be):
Documents: 5-2745 - 2013/2014.