In accordance with its liberal economic principles, the country is open to foreign investors, and the rights of free enterprise are guaranteed. 1. General Legal Environment A. Constitution & other sources of rules: Gabon has a civil law structure with a hierarchy of legislation – lower laws need to comply with upper laws. The highest rule is the constitution, ratified in 1991, which provides for a multi-party system and a parliamentary republic with two voting chambers: the National Assembly…
From The Report: Gabon 2016
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OBG introduces the reader to the different aspects of the legal system in Gabon, in partnership with Deloitte Gabon.
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