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CRIMINAL CODE OF THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA
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Terrorism
Article 108
(1) Whoever with the intention to destroy or severely jeopardise the
constitutional, social, or political foundations of the Republic of Slovenia or another
country or international organisation, to arouse freight among the population or to force
the Government of the Republic of Slovenia or another country or international
organisation to perform or stop performing something, to perform or threaten to perform
one or more of the following actions:
- assault on life or body or human rights and freedoms,
- taking hostages,
- considerable destruction of state or public buildings or representations of foreign
states, transport system, infrastructure, information system, secured platforms in the
continental shelf, public place or private property,
- hijacking of an aircraft, ship or public transport,
- production, possession, purchase, transport, supply or use of weapons, explosives,
nuclear, biological or chemical weapons,
- research and development of nuclear, biological or chemical weapons,
- endangering security by releasing hazardous substances or causing fires, floods or
explosions,
- disturbance or termination of supply with water, electrical energy or other basic
natural resources, which could endanger human life,
shall be sentenced to imprisonment between three and fifteen years.
(2) Whoever wants to achieve the purpose referred to in the previous paragraph
by using or threatening to use nuclear or other radioactive substance or device, by
damaging a nuclear facility by releasing radioactive substance or enabling its release, or
who by threatening or using force demands nuclear or other radioactive substance,
device or facility shall be sentenced to imprisonment of up to fifteen years.
(3) Whoever prepares or helps to prepare criminal offences referred to in the
previous paragraphs by illegally obtaining the required means to commit these criminal
offences or by blackmailing prepares someone else to participate in these criminal
offences, or whoever falsifies official or public documents required to commit these
criminal offences shall be sentenced to imprisonment between one and eight years.
(4) If the act under paragraphs 1 or 2 results in death of one or more persons,
the perpetrator shall be sentenced to imprisonment between eight and fifteen years.
(5) If the perpetrator in committing offences under paragraphs 1 or 2 of this
Article intentionally takes the life of one or more persons, he shall be sentenced to
imprisonment of at least fifteen years.
(6) If the act under paragraphs 1 or 2 of this Article was committed by a criminal
organisation or group, which has the intention to commit criminal offences (hereinafter,
terrorist organisation or group) specified in these paragraphs, it shall be sentenced to
imprisonment between eight and fifteen years.
(7) Whoever participates in a terrorist organisation or group, which has the
intention to commit criminal offences under paragraphs 1, 2, 4 or 5 of this Article, shall
be sentenced to imprisonment of no more than eight years.
(8) Any person who establishes or leads the organisation referred to in the
previous paragraph shall be sentenced with imprisonment of at least fifteen years.


Financing of Terrorist Activities
Article 109
(1) Whoever provides or collects money or property in order to partly or wholly
finance the committing of offences under Article 108 of this Penal Code shall be
sentenced to imprisonment between one and ten years.
(2) Whoever commits an offence from the preceding paragraph shall be subject
to the same penalty even if the money or property provided or collected was not used for
committing the criminal offences specified in the preceding paragraph.
(3) If an offence from the preceding paragraphs was committed within a terrorist
organisation or group to commit terrorist acts, the perpetrator shall be sentenced to
imprisonment between three and fifteen years.
(4) Money and property from the preceding paragraphs shall be seized.

Incitement and Public Glorification of Terrorist Activities
Article 110
(1) Whoever incites commitment of criminal offences under Article 108 of this
Penal Code and therefore propagates messages or makes them available to other
persons in some other manner with the intention to promote terrorist criminal offences
and thus causes danger that one or more such criminal offences would be committed,
shall be sentenced to imprisonment between one and ten years.
(2) Whoever directly or indirectly publicly glorifies or advocates criminal
offences under Article 108 or the criminal offence referred to in the preceding paragraph
by, with the purpose under preceding paragraph, propagating messages or making them
available to the public and therefore cause danger that one or more such criminal
offences would be committed, shall be punished in the same manner.
(3) Persecution for criminal offences under preceding paragraphs shall be
initiated with the permission by the Minister of Justice.

Conscripting and Training for Terrorist Activities
Article 111
(1) Whoever conscripts for terrorist activities by encouraging another person to
commit criminal offences under Article 108 of this Penal code, or participate in the order
of such terrorist act, or joining a terrorist organisation or group to commit terrorist acts,
which this criminal organisation or group commits, shall be sentenced to imprisonment
between one and ten years.
(2) Whoever trains others for criminal offences under Article 108 of this Penal
Code by providing instructions to manufacture and use explosives, firearms or other
weapons, harmful or hazardous substances, trains them for other special methods or
technology to perform or participate in a terrorist act, shall be punished in the same
manner.
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