Difference between revisions of "Libya"

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Medical Liability Law No 17/1986
 
Medical Liability Law No 17/1986
 
|Foundational values=
 
|Foundational values=
|Prohibited practices=* Artificial insemination is prohibited by virtue of the Libyan Penal Law, however the prohibition does not apply to married couples (Law no 17/1986).
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|Prohibited practices=* Artificial insemination is prohibited by virtue of the Libyan Penal Law; however, the prohibition does not apply to married couples (Law no 17/1986).
 
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* Surrogate motherhood is prohibited.
 
* Surrogate motherhood is prohibited.
 
* Gamete donation is prohibited.
 
* Gamete donation is prohibited.
(Art 403 Bis A and Art 403 Bis B. Libyan Penal Code as appended to the Law No 75/1972)
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(Art. 403 Bis A and Art. 403 Bis B. Libyan Penal Code as appended to the Law No 75/1972)
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=A husband and wife may undergo assisted reproduction with their consent.
 
|Permitted and regulated practices=A husband and wife may undergo assisted reproduction with their consent.
  
Libya has a National Centre for Diagnosis and Treatment of Sterility by virtue of General People's Committee Decision No 186/1993)
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Libya has a National Centre for Diagnosis and Treatment of Sterility by virtue of General People's Committee Decision No. 186/1993.
 
|Regulatory activities=
 
|Regulatory activities=
 
|Accountability and governance=
 
|Accountability and governance=
 
|History=
 
|History=
|External links=United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, Cairo Office, ‘Ethics and the Law in Biomedicine and Genetics: An Overview of National Regulations in the Arab States’, 2011. Available at http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002152/215207E.pdf (p 51).(Accessed 22 February 2015).
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|External links=United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, Cairo Office, ‘Ethics and the Law in Biomedicine and Genetics: An Overview of National Regulations in the Arab States’, 2011. Available at http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0021/002152/215207E.pdf (p 51), (accessed 22 February 2015).
 
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