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Central African Republic
Practice Relating to Rule 107. Spies
The Central African Republic’s Instructor’s Manual (1999) states in Volume 3 (Instruction for non-commissioned officers studying for the level 1 and 2 certificates and for future officers of the criminal police): “Intelligence must be obtained in uniform or without attempting to conceal the status of combatant. If intelligence is sought in areas controlled by the enemy under false pretence or in a deliberately clandestine way, this will be considered espionage.” 
Central African Republic, Le Droit de la Guerre, Fascicule No. 3: Formation pour l’obtention du Brevet d’Armes No. 1, du Brevet d’Armes No. 2 et le stage d’Officier de Police Judiciaire (OPJ), Ministère de la Défense, Forces Armées Centrafricaines, 1999, Chapter II, Section II, § 2.1.
The Central African Republic’s Penal Code (2010) states:
Any foreigner who has committed one of the acts mentioned in article 266 2, 3, 4 and 5 and article 267 1, 2 and 3 shall be guilty of espionage and sentenced to death.
Incitement to commit or the offer to commit one of the offences mentioned in articles 266 and 267 of this code will be punished in the same way as the offence itself. 
Central African Republic, Penal Code, 2010, Article 270.
Article 266 of the Code states:
Shall be guilty of treason and sentenced to death:
2. Any Central African [national] who is in contact with a foreign power with the aim of seeking it to engage in hostilities against the Central African State or that provides it with the means to do so, by aiding foreign forces to enter the Central African territory, by undermining the confidence of the land, sea and air armed forces, or in any other way;
3. Any Central African [national] who gives over to a foreign power Central African troops, territories, cities, fortresses, construction, posts, warehouses, arsenals, materials, vessels, buildings or aerial navigation devices belonging to the Central African State;
4. Any Central African [national] who, in times of war, provokes members of the armed forces or of the navy to transfer to the service of a foreign power, facilitates the means to do so or carries-out enrollments for a [foreign] power at war with the Central African State;
5. Any Central African [national] who, in times of war, exchanges intelligence with a foreign power or its agents in order to favour the undertakings of this power against the Central African State. 
Central African Republic, Penal Code, 2010, Article 266 (2–5).
Article 267 of the Code states:
Shall be guilty of treason and sentenced to death:
1. Any Central African [national] who gives over to a foreign power or to its agents, under any format and in any way, a secret of national security, or assures in any way the possession of this type of secret with a view to handing it over to a foreign power or to its agents;
2. Any Central African [national] who voluntarily destroys or damages a vessel, an aerial navigation device, a material or supply, [and] a construction or installation likely to be employed for national security, or who deliberately causes a defect, either before or after their completion, of a nature to prevent functioning or to provoke an accident;
3. Any Central African national that deliberately engages in an initiative to demoralize the army or the nation with the aim of causing harm to national security. 
Central African Republic, Penal Code, 2010, Article 267 (1–3).
The Central African Republic’s Instructor’s Manual (1999) states in Volume 3 (Instruction for non-commissioned officers studying for the level 1 and 2 certificates and for future officers of the criminal police):
Intelligence must be obtained in uniform or without attempting to conceal the status of combatant. If intelligence is sought in areas controlled by the enemy under false pretence or in a deliberately clandestine way, this will be considered espionage. A combatant captured under these conditions will lose his prisoner-of-war status. 
Central African Republic, Le Droit de la Guerre, Fascicule No. 3: Formation pour l’obtention du Brevet d’Armes No. 1, du Brevet d’Armes No. 2 et le stage d’Officier de Police Judiciaire (OPJ), Ministère de la Défense, Forces Armées Centrafricaines, 1999, Chapter II, Section II, § 2.1.