Notice of Changes to the Consolidated List
Autonomous Sanctions Regulations 2011 – Autonomous Sanctions – Libya and Zimbabwe
Following registration of the below listed Legislative Instruments made by the Minister for Foreign Affairs, DFAT has updated the Consolidated List:
The Autonomous Sanctions (Designated Persons and Entities and Declared Persons—Libya) Amendment (Continuation of Effect) Instrument 2020
The Instrument can be found at: https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2021L00050
The Autonomous Sanctions (Designated Persons and Entities and Declared Persons—Zimbabwe) Amendment (Continuation of Effect) Instrument 2020
The Instrument can be found at: https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/F2021L00051
The updated Consolidated List can be downloaded from the following page: https://www.dfat.gov.au/international-relations/security/sanctions/Pages/consolidated-list.
Please note that Google Chrome is the preferred browser to download and view the Consolidated List.
Australian Sanctions Office
Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
The new Australian sanctions portal Pax is live and has replaced OSAS. To access Pax, visithttps://pax.dfat.gov.au. Submit any regulatory sanctions queries through the Contact Us form on Pax.
The Libya regulation continues sanctions on 21 persons and 9 entities, all previous listed on the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) Consolidated List.
And the Zimbabwe regulations continue sanctions on 7 persons and 1 entity.
BTW, I’ve added a category for the Australia Sanctions Office (ASO), and will eventually stop categorizing these updates as being from DFAT (ASO is part of DFAT).
Categories: Australia Sanctions Office (ASO) updates Autonomous Australian sanctions DFAT Updates HK Securities and Futures Commission Libya Sanctions Sanctions Lists ZImbabwe Sanctions
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