From The Washington PostBy Cornel Ban and Kevin GallagherDecember 17, 2014 Cornel Ban...
Law No.17/2011 Legal Regime Covering the Prevention of and Combat against Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism
(enacted in 2011)
Article Nineteen regulates non-profit organizations, which collect, receive, grant or transfer funds, should be subject to the supervision of Finance Ministry.
The law consist of several parts:
Chapter I General Provisions
Chapter II Prevention
Chapter III Detection of Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism
Chapter IV Supervisory Authorities and Sanctions
Chapter VInvestigating and professional secrecy
Chapter V Measures
Chapter VI International Judicial Cooperation in Criminal Matters
Chapter VII Final and Transitional Provisions