Règle correspondante
Turkey
Practice Relating to Rule 93. Rape and Other Forms of Sexual Violence
Under Turkey’s Criminal Code (2004), the imposition of measures that are intended to prevent births in the group constitutes genocide when committed “under a plan against members of national, racial or religious groups with the intention of destroying the complete or part of the group”. Furthermore, sexual assault and sexual abuse of children, forced pregnancy and forced prostitution constitute crimes against humanity when committed “systematically under a plan against a sector of a community for political, philosophical, racial or religious reasons”. 
Turkey, Criminal Code, 2004, Articles 76(d), 77(f), 77(g) and 77(h).