Section 124. Aggravated disclosure of state secrets

The penalty for aggravated disclosure of a state secret is imprisonment for a term not exceeding 15 years. In determining whether the disclosure 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 secret was entrusted to the perpetrator in the course of service or work,
  3. c.
    the secret has been disclosed to a foreign state or a terrorist organisation,
  4. d.
    considerable harm has resulted.