National Emergency Memorandum Order No. 27, s. 1990

Signed on May 22, 1990: Modifying the rates of import duty on gas oils and kerosene including kerosene type jet fuel under section 104 of Presidential Decree No. 1464, otherwise known as the Tariff and Customs Code of 1978, as amended


National Emergency Memorandum Order No. 8, s. 1990

Signed on January 23, 1990: Modifying the rates of import duties on certain articles under Section 104 of Presidential Decree No. 1464, otherwise known as the Tariff and Customs Code of 1978, as amended


National Emergency Memorandum Order No. 4, s. 1990

Signed on January 2, 1990: Providing for a new general registration of firearms, directing the inventory of all firearms, ammunition, explosives and explosives ingredients and military equipage, providing guidelines for the recovery and/or surrender of loose, unaccounted for and/or unlicensed firearms, ammunition, explosives and explosives ingredients, and military equipage, and for other similar purposes


National Emergency Memorandum Order No. 1, s. 1989

Signed on December 27, 1989: Directing the air transportation office to temporarily take over or direct the operation of all private air transportation landing fields, strips and facilities, and to investigate the involvement of certain privately-owned aircraft, their owners and pilots in the 1989 mutiny and rebellion


National Emergency Memorandum Order No. 2, s. 1989

Signed on December 27, 1989: Directing the Secretary of Transportation and Communications to require all bus companies plying Metropolitan Manila to operate their road worthy buses until midnight


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