All acts contributing to the trade of slaves are prosecuted according to the Greek criminal legislation (article 323 of the Greek Penal Code).
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The extradition of aliens prosecuted for their action as freedom-fighters shall be prohibited.
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2. Torture, any bodily maltreatment, impairment of health or the use of psychological violence, as well as any other offence against human dignity are prohibited and punished as provided by law.
1. Work constitutes a right and shall enjoy the protection of the State, which shall care for the creation of conditions of employment for all citizens and shall pursue the moral and material advancement of the rural and urban working population.
All workers, irrespective of sex or other distinctions, shall be entitled to equal pay for work of equal value.
2. General working conditions shall be determined by law, supplemented by collective labour agreements concluded through free negotiations and, in case of the failure of such, by rules determined by arbitration.
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4. Any form of compulsory work is prohibited.
Special laws shall determine the requisition of personal services in case of war or mobilization or to face defence needs of the country or urgent social emergencies resulting from disasters or liable to endanger public health, as well as the contribution of personal work to local government agencies to satisfy local needs.
5. The State shall care for the social security of the working people, as specified by law.
4. The State has the right to claim of all citizens to fulfil the duty of social and national solidarity.
Article 323 Slave trade
1. Whoever acted slave trade shall be punished with imprisonment.
2. The slave trade includes all acts of conception, acquisition and disposal of a person seeking to do slave each act slave acquisition for resale or exchange of the Act of the concession by sale or exchange actual slave and generally every act of trade or transport of slaves.
3. Whoever takes any service on a ship, knowing that the ship is intended to conduct slave trade or not already used for this purpose, and whoever remains voluntarily in service knowingly above destination of the ship or its use for such purpose, shall be punished with imprisonment of at least six months.
4. Anyone who contributed directly or indirectly to ship chartering aware that the charter is to undertake trade slaves shall be punished with imprisonment of at least six months.
5. Anyone who transfers from one place to other slaves, without purpose to market them, but without the transfer be made in order for their release, punishable by imprisonment.
6. The same penalty shall be imposed by the owner and the master of the ship, which knowingly would transfer such slaves.
Article 323A Human trafficking
1. Whoever by use of force, threat or other coercive means or the imposition or abuse of authority hires, transports, promotes inside or outside the territory, abets, delivers with or without consideration to another or receives from another person in order to remove "body" tissue cells or organs or to avail himself or other work or begging shall be punished with imprisonment up to ten years and a fine of 10000-50000 euro.
2. sentence of the preceding paragraph shall be punished if the perpetrator to achieve the same purpose, elicits the consent of using fraudulent means or drift, taking advantage of the vulnerability, promises, gifts, payments or other benefits.
3. Whoever knowingly accepts the person work, which is under the conditions described in paragraphs 1 and 2, or the proceeds from the begging of that person, shall be punished with imprisonment of at least six months.
4. imprisonment of at least ten years and a fine 50000-100000 euros punished the perpetrator under the preceding paragraphs if the operation:
a) against a minor or a person physically or mentally disabled,
b) committed kat` art,
c) committed by a staff member who in the performance of duty or by taking advantage of its status as such commits or participates in any way in practice or
d) has resulted in serious injury to the victim.
5. Anyone who uses the means of paragraphs 1 and 2 to recruit minors for the purpose of use in armed conflicts shall be punished with imprisonment of at least ten years and a fine 50000-100000 euros.
6. life imprisonment the perpetrator is punished under the preceding paragraphs if the act resulted in death.
Article 349 Pimping
3. Anyone kat` profession or speculation promotes women in prostitution is punishable by imprisonment of not less than eighteen months, and a fine. The commission of the act by an official who in the performance of the service or benefiting from its status as such commits or participates in any way in practice, constitutes an aggravating circumstance.
Article 351 Trafficking
6. in the preceding paragraphs sexual exploitation is to run from speculation of any lewd act or the use of speculation body, voice or facial image for the real or feigned such an act, or perform work or services aimed at sexual stimulation.
Part a Provisions of substantive criminal law
Article 8 Crimes against humanity
civilian population, which is directed or encouraged by a state or an organization which exercises de facto authority in a certain territory:
Art. 9 War crimes against persons
d) Commits rape (art. 336 Cr. C.) or enforced prostitution (art. 349 Cr. C.) or enforced sterilization against a person protected according to the provisions of international humanitarian law, or unlawfully confines a woman made pregnant forcibly or with the use of threat of force, with the intent of affecting the ethnic composition of any population.