Règle correspondante
Guinea
Practice Relating to Rule 139. Respect for International Humanitarian Law
Section A. General
Guinea’s Soldier’s Manual (2010), under the heading “Rules of conduct in combat”, states: “Seek to prevent any violation of the present rules. Inform your superior about the violations committed. All violations of laws of war are punishable.” 
Guinea, Soldier’s Manual, Ministry of National Defence, 2010, p. 16.
Guinea’s Code of Conduct (2011) states:
Article 6: In performing their missions, defence forces personnel must respect national law, international humanitarian law and human rights.
Article 12: The political authority shall ensure that the military and security operations it orders, including operations to maintain public order and peace, are executed in accordance with the relevant provisions of this code of conduct, national law, international law and international humanitarian law.
Article 30: During periods of exceptional circumstances, state of emergency or state of siege, actions of the defence forces must conform to national law and international humanitarian law. 
Guinea, Code de Conduite des Forces de Défense (Code of Conduct of the Defence Forces), 2011, Ministère de la Défense Nationale, approved by Presidential Decree No. D 289/PRG/SGG/2011, 28 November 2011, Articles 6, 12 and 30.
Guinea’s Code of Conduct (2014) states:
Article 6: In performing their missions, defence forces must respect national law, international humanitarian law, as well as human rights.
Article 12: The political authority shall ensure that the military and security operations it orders, including operations to maintain public order and peace, are executed in accordance with the relevant provisions of this code of conduct, national law, international law and international humanitarian law.
Article 30: During periods of exceptional circumstances, state of emergency or state of siege, actions of the defence forces must conform to national law and international humanitarian law. 
Guinea, Code de Conduite des Forces de Défense (Code of Conduct of the Defence Forces), 2014 edition, Ministère de la Défense Nationale, 28 November 2011, Articles 6, 12 and 30.