Penal Code

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 Article 212-1 Deportation, reduction to slavery or the massive and systematic practice of summary executions, of abduction of persons followed by their disappearance, of torture or inhuman acts, inspired by political, philosophical, racial or religious motives, and organised in pursuit of a concerted plan against a group of a civil population are punished by criminal imprisonment for life. The first two paragraphs of article 132-23 governing the safety period are applicable to felonies set out under the present article.See also the provisions in relation to Article 2 and 3.

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National constitutional law
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France