Parliament Act no. 3 of 19 May 2010 imposing certain restrictive measures directed against certain persons and entities associated with Usama bin Laden, the Al Qaeda network and the Taliban
Modified repeals, hovedlov replaces information
§ 1. The Parliament Act applies to companies and individuals subject to the then-current Parliament Act on prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing.
§ 2. It is prohibited without permission from the Money Laundering Secretariat to allow access to funds and financial assets or economic resources belonging to individuals and entities listed on the then-current terrorist list adopted by the United Nations Security Council under Security Council resolutions no. 1267 of 15 October 1999, no. 1333 of 19 december 2000 and no. 1390 of 16 January 2002.
Subsection. 2. If it is found that a transaction or inquiry is or has been associated with persons or entities listed in the second paragraph. 1 that list must immediately be notified to the Secretariat.
Subsection. 3. Money Laundering Secretariat decide as soon as possible and by the end of the banking day following receipt of notification, whether the license can be granted in accordance with paragraph. 1, or whether there should be seized.
§ 3. It is forbidden to make the sale, assignment, transfer or other form of delivery:
1) Weapons and munitions and other related materials of all kinds,
2) ammunition of any kind,
3) military vehicles and military equipment
4) paramilitary equipment or,
5) spare parts for the 1-4 items mentioned,
to persons or entities in accordance with § 2. 1, said lists.
Subsection. 2. It is prohibited to provide technical assistance or training related to the provision, manufacture, maintenance or use of the paragraph. 1 is liable to any person or entity in accordance with § 2. 1, said lists.
Subsection. 3. The provisions of the paragraph. 1 and 2 also includes Danish nationals residing outside the kingdom.
§ 4. Violation of § 2. 1 and 2, § 3, paragraph. 1 and 2, involves action pursuant to § 26 of the Criminal Code for Greenland.
Entry into force
§ 5. The Act shall enter into force on 1 June 2010.
Greenland, May 19, 2010
Ove Karl Berthelsen