Section 101. Genocide

Any person is liable to punishment for genocide who with the intention of wholly or partly destroying a national, ethnic, racial or religious group
  1. a.
    kills one or more members of the group,
  2. b.
    causes considerable harm to the body or health of one or more members of the group,
  3. c.
    subjects one or more members of the group to living conditions that are intended to cause physical destruction of all or part of the group,
  4. d.
    implements measures with respect to one or more members of the group that are intended to prevent births within the group, or
  5. e.
    forcibly transfers one or more children from the group to another group.
Intent with respect to the main perpetrator's destructive purpose is sufficient to be penalised for contribution.
The penalty for genocide is imprisonment for a term not exceeding 30 years.