Norma relacionada
Republic of Moldova
Practice Relating to Rule 151. Individual Responsibility
The Republic of Moldova’s Penal Code (1961) contains provisions which provide for the punishment of perpetrators of certain acts such as: “abusive use of the emblem and signs of the Red Cross and the Red Crescent” (Article 217); “violence against the civilian population in areas of military operations” (Article 268); “bad treatment of prisoners of war” (Article 269); and “illegal wearing and abusive use of signs of the Red Cross and Red Crescent in areas of military action” (Article 270). 
Republic of Moldova, Penal Code, 1961, Articles 217 and 268–270.
The Republic of Moldova’s Penal Code (2002) provides for the punishment of certain offences such as: “genocide” (Article 135), “ecocide” (Article 136); “inhuman treatments” (Article 137); “violations of international humanitarian law” committed “during an armed conflict or hostilities” (Article 138); “mercenary activity … in an armed conflict or military hostilities” (Article 141); “use of prohibited means and methods of warfare … during an armed conflict” (Article 143); “unlawful use of the red cross signs” (Article 363); “pillage of the dead on the battlefield” (Article 389); “acts of violence against the civilian population in the area of military hostilities” (Article 390); “grave breaches of international humanitarian law … committed during international and internal armed conflicts” (Article 391); and “perfidious use of the red cross emblem as a protective sign during armed conflict” (Article 392). 
Republic of Moldova, Penal Code, 2002, Articles 135–138, 141, 143, 363 and 389–392.