Règle correspondante
Viet Nam
Practice Relating to Rule 87
Section D. Persons deprived of their liberty
Viet Nam’s Penal Code (1990) provides: “Whoever has mistreated … soldiers who have surrendered shall be punished.” 
Viet Nam, Penal Code, 1990, Article 275.
Viet Nam’s Penal Code (1999) provides for the punishment of those “who ill-treat prisoners of war and/or enemy deserters”. 
Viet Nam, Penal Code, 1999, § 340.
Viet Nam’s Criminal Code (2015), which includes war crimes, states:
Chapter XXV
INFRINGEMENTS UPON DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF SERVICEMEN AND COOPERATORS WITH THE ARMY IN WARTIME
Article 392. People having criminal responsibility for infringement upon duties and responsibilities of servicemen
1. Servicemen, military workers and employees.
2. Reserve servicemen during training period.
3. Militia members [cooperating] with the army in wartime.
4. Citizens recruited to the army.
Article 420. Maltreatment of prisoners of war
Any person who maltreats a prisoner of war shall face a penalty of up to 01 year’s community [service] or 03–24 months’ imprisonment. 
Viet Nam, Criminal Code, 2015, Articles 392 and 420.