Norma relacionada
Yemen
Practice Relating to Rule 65. Perfidy
Under Yemen’s Military Criminal Code (1998), the “perfidious use of … international protective emblems provided for in international conventions” is a war crime. 
Yemen, Military Criminal Code, 1998, Article 21(5).
Under Yemen’s Military Criminal Code (1998), the “perfidious use of … international protective emblems provided for in international conventions” is a war crime. 
Yemen, Military Criminal Code, 1998, Article 21(5).
Under Yemen’s Military Criminal Code (1998), the “perfidious use of the distinctive emblem of the Yemeni Red Crescent” is a war crime. 
Yemen, Military Criminal Code, 1998, Article 21(5).
Under Yemen’s Emblem Law (1999), “any person who has used the emblem, with perfidious intent, in time of war, so as to cause death or serious injury to body or health of any person, or has ordered such use, shall be punished by the sanction defined in the laws in force”. 
Yemen, Emblem Law, 1999, Article 12.
Under Yemen’s Military Criminal Code (1998), the “perfidious use of … international protective emblems provided for in international conventions” is a war crime. 
Yemen, Military Criminal Code, 1998, Article 21(5).
Under Yemen’s Military Criminal Code (1998), the “perfidious use of … international protective emblems provided for in international conventions” is a war crime. 
Yemen, Military Criminal Code, 1998, Article 21(5).