Norma relacionada
Romania
Practice Relating to Rule 89. Violence to Life
Romania’s Soldiers’ Manual (1991) provides that persons hors de combat and who do not take a direct part in hostilities and captured combatants have the right to respect for their lives. 
Romania, Manualul Soldatului, Ghid de comportare în luptă, Asociaţia Română de Drept Umanitar (ARDU), 1991, p. 33, § 1.
The manual also states: “The killing and injuring of an adversary who surrenders or who is hors de combat is prohibited.” 
Romania, Manualul Soldatului, Ghid de comportare în luptă, Asociaţia Română de Drept Umanitar (ARDU), 1991, p. 32, § 2.
Romania’s Penal Code (1968) provides for the punishment of anyone who kills the wounded, sick and shipwrecked, members of civil medical services, the Red Cross or similar organizations, prisoners of war, or any person in the hands of the adverse party. 
Romania, Penal Code, 1968, Article 358.