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CRIMINAL CODE

 

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Article 115 (22) 
Trafficking in human beings means recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of
a person with the use of:
1) violence or unlawful threat,
2) kidnapping,
3) deception,
4) misleading or taking advantage of a misconception or inability to properly comprehend the action
taken,
5) abusing the position of dependency, using the critical situation or the state of helplessness,
6) granting or accepting material or personal benefit or its promise to a person taking care of or
supervising another person,
- in order to exploit such a person, even with his/her consent, especially for prostitution, pornography
or other forms of sexual abuse, for work or services of a forced nature, for begging, for slavery and
other forms of abuse humiliating a human being or in order to obtain cells, tissues or organs against
the provisions of the Act.
If the perpetrator's conduct involves a minor, it is deemed to constitute human trafficking even if none
of the methods and measures referred to in sections 1-6 were applied.

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Article 189a 

§ 1 Whoever traffics in humans, is subject to the penalty of deprivation of liberty for no less than 3 years.

§ 2 Whoever makes preparations to commit the crime provided for in § 1, is subject to the penalty of deprivation of liberty for between 3 months and 5 years.

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