Section 131. Terrorist acts

A criminal act as specified in sections 138 to 141, section 142 first paragraph, sections 143-144, 192, 238, 239, 240, 255, 257, 274, 275 and 355 is deemed to constitute a terrorist act and is punishable by imprisonment for a term not exceeding 21 years if it has been committed with terrorist intent as specified in the second paragraph.
Terrorist intent exists if an act as specified in the first paragraph is committed with the intention of
  1. a.
    seriously disrupting a function of vital importance to society, such as a legislative, executive or judicial authority, energy supply, reliable supply of food or water, the banking and monetary system or medical services and disease control,
  2. b.
    causing serious fear in a population, or
  3. c.
    wrongfully compelling public authorities or an intergovernmental organisation to perform, submit to or omit to do something of substantial importance to the country or the organisation, or to another country or intergovernmental organisation.
Any person who intends to carry out an offence as specified in the first paragraph or section 132, and who commits acts that facilitate and point towards carrying out the offence, shall be subject to punishment for attempt. An attempt is punishable by a milder penalty than is a completed violation. Section 16, second paragraph, applies correspondingly.
The penalty may not be set below the minimum penalty prescribed in the provisions specified in the first paragraph.