Related Rule
Czech Republic
Practice Relating to Rule 151. Individual Responsibility
The Czech Republic’s Criminal Code (1961), as amended in 1999, under the heading “Crimes against humanity”, provides for the punishment of certain offences such as: “genocide” (Article 259); “torture and other inhuman and cruel treatment” (Article 259a); “use of a forbidden weapon or an unpermitted form of combat” (Article 262); “wartime cruelty” (Article 263); “persecution of a population” (Article 263a); “plunder in a theatre of war” (Article 264); and “misuse of internationally recognized insignia and state insignia” (Article 265). 
Czech Republic, Criminal Code, 1961, as amended in 1999, Articles 259–259(a) and 262–265.