Draft model law

This model law provides a guide for the recognition of the auxiliary functions developed by the National Societies with the respective States. It includes minimum functions to be considered SN by the ICRC and the IFRC, as well as fiscal facilities, protection of the emblem, respect for its independence, among others.

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