Section 122. Aggravated intelligence-gathering activity targeting state secrets

The penalty for aggravated intelligence-gathering activity targeting state secrets is imprisonment for a term not exceeding 10 years. In determining whether the intelligence-gathering activity is aggravated, particular weight shall be given to whether
  1. a.
    the perpetrator is a member of the Government, the Parliament or the Supreme Court, or a member of the country's highest civilian or military leadership,
  2. b.
    the perpetrator intended to reveal the information to a foreign state or terrorist organisation,
  3. c.
    disclosure would have resulted in considerable harm.