Norma relacionada
Madagascar
Practice Relating to Rule 87. Humane Treatment
According to Madagascar’s Military Manual (1994), one of the seven fundamental rules of IHL is that “persons placed hors de combat and who do not take a direct part in hostilities shall, in all circumstances, be protected and treated with humanity”. 
Madagascar, Le Droit des Conflits Armés, Ministère des Forces Armées, August 1994, p. 91, Rule 1.
Madagascar’s Military Manual (1994) instructs the armed forces to “treat humanely civilians who are in your power”. 
Madagascar, Le Droit des Conflits Armés, Ministère des Forces Armées, August 1994, p. 82, Rule 23 and p. 85, Rule 6.
Madagascar’s Military Manual (1994) states: “The wounded, sick and shipwrecked shall be … treated with humanity.” 
Madagascar, Le Droit des Conflits Armés, Ministère des Forces Armées, August 1994, p. 77, Rule 21.
Madagascar’s Military Manual (1994) states: “Prisoners of war are entitled to humane treatment.” 
Madagascar, Le Droit des Conflits Armés, Ministère des Forces Armées, August 1994, p. 22, Rule 15, p. 32, Rule 21, p. 78, Rule 26 and p. 85, Rule 7.