Section 102. Crimes against humanity

Any person is liable to punishment for crimes against humanity who as part of a broad or systematic attack on a civilian population
  1. a.
    kills a person,
  2. b.
    exterminates a population wholly or in part, including by inflicting living conditions on the population or parts thereof that are intended to exterminate the population wholly or in part,
  3. c.
    enslaves a person,
  4. d.
    deports or forcibly relocates a population contrary to international law,
  5. e.
    imprisons or in some other serious manner deprives a person of liberty contrary to fundamental rules of international law,
  6. f.
    tortures a person in his/her custody or control by causing serious mental or physical pain,
  7. g.
    subjects a person to rape, sexual slavery or forced prostitution, forced pregnancy, forced sterilisation or other similarly aggravated forms of sexual violence,
  8. h.
    subjects an identifiable group to persecution by depriving one or more members of the group of fundamental human rights on political, racial, national, ethnic, cultural, religious or gender-based grounds or other grounds contrary to international law,
  9. i.
    contributes to the involuntary disappearance of a person on behalf of or with the consent, support or permission of a state or a political organisation, with the intention of depriving the person of legal protection for a prolonged period of time,
  10. j.
    commits a crime of apartheid within the framework of an institutionalised regime based on one racial group's systematic suppression and dominance over one or more other racial groups by undertaking inhuman acts of the same or similar type as those falling within the present section, for the purpose of maintaining the regime, or
  11. k.
    commits some other inhuman act of a similar type that causes great suffering or serious harm to someone's body or health.
The penalty for a crime against humanity is imprisonment for a term not exceeding 30 years.