Practice Relating to Rule 88. Non-Discrimination
Serbia’s Criminal Code (2005) states:
Whoever on grounds of race, colour, nationality, ethnic origin or other personal characteristic violates fundamental human rights and freedoms guaranteed by universally accepted rules of international law and international treaties ratified by Serbia and Montenegro, shall be punished by imprisonment for between six months and five years.
Serbia’s Law on Enforcement of Penal Sanctions (2005) states: “A prisoner shall not be discriminated [against] on grounds of race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other convictions, ethnic or social origin, financial status, education, social or other personal status.”
Serbia’s Criminal Code (2005) states that ordering or committing the “oppression of a racial group or establishing domination of one group over another” in violation of international law constitutes a crime against humanity.
The Criminal Code also states: “Whoever propagates ideas of superiority of one race over another or propagates racial intolerance or instigates racial discrimination shall be punished by imprisonment for between three months and three years.”