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Venezuela
Practice Relating to Rule 99. Deprivation of Liberty
Section B. Deprivation of liberty in accordance with legal procedures
Venezuela’s Penal Procedure Code (2009), which is applicable to the prosecution of war crimes, states:
The provisions of this Code that authorize the preventive detention or restriction of freedom … of the indicted [person] … are of an exceptional character; they may only be interpreted restrictively and their application must be proportional to the sentence or security measure that could be imposed.
The only preventive measures [that may be taken] against the indicted [person] are those authorized by this Code, in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic. 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2009, Article 9.
The Code further states:
The supervisory judge can order the preventive deprivation of liberty of the indicted [person] by request of the Prosecution Office if there is:
1. A punishable offence that merits the preventive deprivation of liberty, and for which criminal proceedings are not time-barred.
2. A founded belief that the indicted [person] is the author or has participated in the commission of a punishable offence.
3. A reasonable suspicion, through the assessment of the particular circumstances of the case, that there is a danger of flight or of obstructing the search for the truth with regards to the act under investigation. Internment can last up to eight days. 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2009, Article 250; see also Articles 129 and 254.
Venezuela’s Penal Procedure Code (2012), which is applicable to the prosecution of war crimes, states:
The provisions of this code that authorize the preventive detention or restriction of freedom … of the indicted [person] … are of an exceptional character; they may only be interpreted restrictively and their application must be proportional to the sentence or security measure that could be imposed.
The only preventive measures [that may be taken] against the indicted [person] are those authorized by this code, in accordance with the Constitution of the Republic. 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2012, Article 9.
The Code further states:
The supervisory judge can order the preventive deprivation of liberty of the indicted [person] by request of the Prosecution Office if there is:
1. A punishable offence that merits the preventive deprivation of liberty, and for which criminal proceedings are not time-barred.
2. A founded belief that the indicted [person] is the author or has participated in the commission of a punishable offence.
3. A reasonable suspicion, through the assessment of the particular circumstances of the case, that there is a danger of flight or of obstructing the search for the truth with regards to the act under investigation. Internment can last up to eight days. 
Venezuela, Penal Procedure Code, 2012, Article 236; see also Articles 131 and 240.