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HM issues two Royal Decrees

7 Nov 2019

His Majesty Sultan Qaboos bin Said on Wednesday issued two Royal Decrees as follows:

Royal Decree 75/2019 on the promulgation of Law on Practising Medicine and Auxiliary Medical Professions after presenting the new statute before the Council of Oman (Majlis Oman).

 

Article 1 states that the attached Law on Practising Medicine and Auxiliary Medical Professions will be enforced.

 

Article 2 stipulates that the Minister of Health will issue the bylaw (executive regulation) for the attached law within a period not exceeding one year from its date of issue and that the minister will issue the decisions necessary for the implementation of the attached law. Until then, the existing regulations and decisions will continue to be enforced, but without prejudice to the provisions of the attached law.

Article 3 cancels the Law on Practising Medicine and Dentistry, promulgated under Royal Decree 22/96. It also cancels all that contravenes the attached law or contradicts with its provisions.

Article 4 says that this Decree will be published in the official gazette and enforced on the day following its date of publishing.

 

Royal Decree 76/2019 on the promulgation of Civil Aviation Law.

Article 1 states that the provisions of the Civil Aviation Law (attached) will be enforced.

Article 2 stipulates that the Chairman of Board of Directors of the Public Authority for Civil Aviation will issue the bylaw (executive regulation) and decisions necessary for the enforcement of provisions of the attached law. Until then, the existing bylaws and regulations will continue to be enforced without prejudice to its provisions.

Article 3 cancels the Civil Aviation Law promulgated under Royal Decree 93/2004, as well as all that contravenes this Decree or contradicts with its provisions.

Article 4 says that this Decree will be published in the official gazette and enforced on the day following its date of publishing.

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