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El Salvador
Practice Relating to Rule 87. Humane Treatment
El Salvador’s Penal Code (1997), as amended to 2008, which contains a section on violations of the rules or customs of war, states in its general provisions: “Any person to whom an offence or fault is attributed has the right to be treated with respect for the inherent dignity of the human.” 
El Salvador, Penal Code, 1997, as amended to 2008, Article 2.
Under El Salvador’s Penal Code (1997), “the civilian … who commits any inhumane act against the civilian population before, during or after the war” is guilty of a crime. 
El Salvador, Penal Code, 1997, Article 363.
Under El Salvador’s Penal Code (1997), “the civilian who violates the duties of humanity … against the wounded … or persons placed in hospitals or places designed for the wounded … before, during or after the war” is guilty of a crime. 
El Salvador, Penal Code, 1997, Article 363.
El Salvador’s Soldier’s Manual provides that enemy combatants who lay down their arms and surrender shall be treated humanely. 
El Salvador, Manual del Combatiente, undated, p. 8.
Under El Salvador’s Penal Code (1997), “the civilian who violates the duties of humanity against prisoners of war or hostages … before, during or after the war” is guilty of a crime. 
El Salvador, Penal Code, 1997, Article 363.