Соответствующая норма
Uruguay
Practice Relating to Rule 154. Obedience to Superior Orders
Uruguay’s Disciplinary Regulations (1980) provides: “No subordinate shall hesitate to challenge the orders of his commanding officer when he deems it necessary.” 
Uruguay, Reglamento General de Servicios No. 21 (1a y 2a Parte), Reglamento de Disciplina y Servicio Interno, 4ta. Edición, Publicación del Centro Militar, Vol. 61, Suplemento No. 58, April 1980, Article 40.
Uruguay’s Organizational Law of Armed Forces (1974) states that military status imposes a fundamental “duty of obedience, respect, and subordination to the superior at all times and in all places, in accordance with the laws and regulations in force”. 
Uruguay, Organizational Law of Armed Forces, 1974, Article 61.
During a debate in Committee I of the CDDH, Uruguay, although criticising Article 77 of the draft Additional Protocol I submitted by the ICRC, stated that it “supported the principles underlying Article 77, which undoubtedly had its place in the section of draft Protocol I dealing with the repression of breaches”. 
Uruguay, Statement at the CDDH, Official Records, Vol. IX, CDDH/I/SR.52, 6 May 1976, p. 144, § 45.