|Name:||Criminal Code of 1996.|
|Subject(s):||Criminal and penal law|
|Type of legislation:||Law, Act|
|Entry into force:|
|Bibliography:||English translation of Code as amended up to 2009 Legislationline (consulted on 2016-01-17)
|Abstract/Citation:||Articles 26-27: special provisions on criminal responsibility for crimes perpetrated through the public media.
Articles 137-157: provisions on crimes against rights and freedoms, including injury to the equality of citizens (article 137), coercion (article 139), preventing or hindering peaceful public gatherings (s. 155), and violations of the right to strike (s. 156), discrimination (article 157).
Articles 166-171: provisions on respect for collective agreements, occupational safety and health, and right to social security.
Articles 188-194: sexual crimes, including sexual assault on a child and prostitution.
Articles 382-402: crimes against the public order.
Articles 403-422: Crimes against humanity and International Law including founding a slave relationship and transportation of persons in slavery (article 418), trafficking in human beings (article 418-a), smuggling of migrants (article 418-b), organizing a group and abetting in performing crimes of trafficking in humans and smuggling of migrants (article 418-c).