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Understanding Regulatory Powers and Legislation in Times of Pandemic

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IIC Workshop: Understanding Regulatory Powers and Legislation in Times of Pandemic, 3 June 2020

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Additional questions were asked of the workshop attendees regarding legislative and regulatory powers for use in emergencies. These are given below. Should you wish to add your information to the archive, please click here to access the questionnaire

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Understanding Regulatory Powers and Legislation in Times of Pandemic

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