Related Rule
Practice Relating to Rule 154. Obedience to Superior Orders
Under Croatian law, soldiers have the duty to obey orders, unless an order would lead to a war crime or any other serious crime. Members of the armed forces are required to report unlawful orders they may have received. 
Croatia, Code of Criminal Procedure, 1993, Article 190; Law on Military Service, 1995, Article 27(1); Criminal Code, 1997, Article 388.
Croatia’s Defence Act (2002), as amended in 2007, states: “A member of the Armed Forces is allowed to disobey a command if this implies action contrary to the provisions of the Constitution and rules of international humanitarian law.” 
Croatia, Defence Act, 2002, as amended in July 2007, Article 92.