Règle correspondante
Romania
Practice Relating to Rule 100. Fair Trial Guarantees
Under Romania’s Penal Code (1968), the “imposition of sanctions on wounded, sick and shipwrecked, members of civil medical services, Red Cross or similar organizations, prisoners of war, or all persons in the hands of the adverse party without a previous judgment by a regular court affording all judicial guarantees” constitutes a crime. 
Romania, Penal Code, 1968, Article 358(e).