Related Rule
Slovenia
Practice Relating to Rule 151. Individual Responsibility
Slovenia’s Penal Code (1994), in a chapter entitled “Criminal offences against humanity and international law”, provides for a list of punishable acts committed by “whoever” and some of them “during war, armed conflict (or occupation)”, such as: “war crimes against the civilian population” (Article 374); “war crimes against the wounded and sick” (Article 375); “war crimes against prisoners of war” (Article 376); “use of unlawful weapons” (Article 377); “unlawful killing and wounding of the enemy” (Article 379); “unlawful plundering on the battlefield” (Article 380); “infringement of the rights of parlementaires” (Article 381); “maltreatment of the sick and wounded, and of prisoners of war” (Article 382); “unjustified delay in the repatriation of prisoners of war” (Article 383); “destruction of cultural and historical monuments and natural sites” (Article 384); and “abuse of international symbols” (Article 386). 
Slovenia, Penal Code, 1994, Articles 374–386.