Norma relacionada
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Practice Relating to Rule 6. Civilians’ Loss of Protection from Attack
Section B. Presence of combatants among the civilian population
In 2007, in the Lučić case, the Panel of the Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina stated:
[T]he abovementioned persons, among others, were arrested in their place of residence or work, in hors de combat situation, and thus are legally qualified as civilians. Contrary to the argument made by the Defense, the Court emphasizes that “civilian” means predominantly civilian, as established by the ICTY: “A population may be considered as civilian even if certain non-civilians are present; it must simply be predominantly civilian” Kordić and Čerkez case, Judgement, 26 February 2001, para. 180]. Indeed, even the presence of those involved in the conflict does not deprive [a] population of [its] civilian nature. Civilian includes those who were members of a resistance movement and former combatants but who are no longer taking part in hostilities. 
Bosnia and Herzegovina, Court of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Lučić case, Judgment, 19 September 2007, pp. 65–66.
[footnotes in original omitted]