القاعدة ذات الصلة
Croatia
Practice Relating to Rule 159. Amnesty
Croatia’s General Amnesty Law (1996) “grants general amnesty from criminal prosecution and proceedings for perpetrators of criminal offences committed during the aggression, armed rebellion or armed conflicts and in connection [therewith] in the Republic of Croatia”. The Law provides, however, that “from the amnesty for criminal offences stated in … this law are exempted” perpetrators of crimes (under Articles 120–122 of the Criminal Code), genocide (under Article 119 of the Criminal Code) and any other act which under the Criminal Code constitutes a violation of the laws and customs of war. 
Croatia, General Amnesty Law, 1996, Articles 1 and 3.
Croatia’s General Amnesty Law (1996) “grants general amnesty from criminal prosecution and proceedings for perpetrators of criminal offences committed during the aggression, armed rebellion or armed conflicts and in connection [therewith] in the Republic of Croatia”. The Law provides, however, that “from the amnesty for criminal offences stated in … this law are exempted” perpetrators of crimes (under Articles 120–122 of the Criminal Code), genocide (under Article 119 of the Criminal Code) and any other act which under the Criminal Code constitutes a violation of the laws and customs of war. 
Croatia, General Amnesty Law, 1996, Articles 1 and 3.