Norma relacionada
Venezuela
Practice Relating to Rule 134. Women
Section B. Particular care for pregnant women and nursing mothers
Venezuela’s Law against Kidnapping and Extortion (2009) states:
Article 9. Forcible enlistment
Anyone who, by means of threat or deception, holds, hides, takes or transfers by any means whatsoever, one or more persons for purposes of subjecting them to forcible enlistment, in order to include them in irregular armed groups, shall be punished with imprisonment of 15 to 20 years.
Article 10. Aggravating factors
The penalties for the offences envisaged in the preceding articles shall be increased by one third when:
1. The victim is … a pregnant woman[.] 
Venezuela, Law against Kidnapping and Extortion, 2009, Articles 9–10(1).
In 2011, in its initial report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child under the Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict, Venezuela stated:
83. The Act against Kidnapping and Extortion, published in Gaceta Oficial No. 39194, of 5 June 2009, defines forcible enlistment as a criminal offence separate from kidnapping. Article 9 of the Act stipulates that anyone who, by means of threat or deception, holds, hides, takes or transfers by any means whatsoever, one or more persons for purposes of subjecting them to forcible enlistment, in order to include them in [irregular armed] groups, shall be punished with imprisonment of 15 to 20 years.
84. … Article 10, paragraph 1 provides that penalties for the offences envisaged in the preceding articles shall be increased by one third when: 1. The victim is … a pregnant woman[.] 
Venezuela, Initial report to the Committee on the Rights of the Child under the Optional Protocol on the Involvement of Children in Armed Conflict, 12 September 2013, UN Doc. CRC/C/OPAC/VEN/1, submitted 5 July 2011, §§ 83–84.