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Guinea
Practice Relating to Rule 90. Torture and Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment
Guinea’s Soldier’s Manual (2010), under the heading “Rules of conduct in combat”, states: “No torture, whether physical or mental, is permitted.” 
Guinea, Soldier’s Manual, Ministry of National Defence, 2010, p. 15.
Guinea’s Code of Conduct (2011) states:
Article 30: During periods of exceptional circumstances, state of emergency or state of siege, actions of the defence forces must conform to national law and international humanitarian law.
Article 31: Defence forces personnel must in all circumstances refrain from committing the following acts: … torture … all cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (such as flagellation, blows, beating) … and all other acts affecting the physical and/or psychological integrity as well as the well-being of individuals. 
Guinea, Code de Conduite des Forces de Défense (Code of Conduct of the Defence Forces), 2011, Ministère de la Défense Nationale, approved by Presidential Decree No. D 289/PRG/SGG/2011, 28 November 2011, Articles 30–31.
Guinea’s Disciplinary Regulations (2012) states: “Military personnel in combat are prohibited from … [committing] violence to life and person of the sick, wounded and shipwrecked, of prisoners as well as civilians, in particular … cruel treatment, torture and torment”. 
Guinea, Règlement de Service dans les Forces Armées, Volume 1: Règlement de Discipline Générale (Service Regulations in the Armed Forces, Volume 1: General Discipline Regulations), 2012 edition, Ministère de la Défense Nationale, approved by Presidential Decree No. D 293/PRG/SGG/2012, 6 December 2012, Article 12(b).
Guinea’s Code of Conduct (2014) states:
Article 30: During periods of exceptional circumstances, state of emergency or state of siege, actions of the defence forces must conform to national law and international humanitarian law.
Article 31: Defence forces personnel must in all circumstances refrain from committing the following acts: … torture … all cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (such as flagellation, blows, beating) … and all other acts affecting the physical and/or psychological integrity as well as the well-being of individuals. 
Guinea, Code de Conduite des Forces de Défense (Code of Conduct of the Defence Forces), 2014, Ministère de la Défense Nationale, 28 November 2011, Articles 30–31.
Guinea’s Code of Conduct (2011) states:
Article 30: During periods of exceptional circumstances, state of emergency or state of siege, actions of the defence forces must conform to national law and international humanitarian law.
Article 31: Defence forces personnel must in all circumstances refrain from committing the following acts: … all cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (such as flagellation, blows, beating)[.] 
Guinea, Code de Conduite des Forces de Défense (Code of Conduct of the Defence Forces), 2011, Ministère de la Défense Nationale, approved by Presidential Decree No. D. 289/PRG/SGG/2011, 28 November 2011, Articles 30–31.
Guinea’s Code of Conduct (2014) states:
Article 30: During periods of exceptional circumstances, state of emergency or state of siege, actions of the defence forces must conform to national law and international humanitarian law.
Article 31: Defence forces personnel must in all circumstances refrain from committing the following acts: … all cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment (such as flagellation, blows, beating)[.] 
Guinea, Code de Conduite des Forces de Défense (Code of Conduct of the Defence Forces), 2014 edition, Ministère de la Défense Nationale, 28 November 2011, Articles 30–31.