The human person and their dignity are sacred. The State has the duty to respect them and to protect them. The rights and freedoms enumerated hereafter are inviolable, inalienable and imprescriptible.
They found all human society and guarantee peace and justice in the world.
The human being has [the] right to the free development of his personality. He has [the] right to life and to physical and moral integrity; no one may be subjected to torture, to pain [peines] or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatments.
No one is required to execute a manifestly illegal order.
The law determines the order manifestly illegal.
No one may take advantage [se prévaloir] of a received order or of an instruction to justify acts of torture, abuse [sévices] or cruel, inhuman or degrading treatments committed in the exercise or on the occasion of the exercise of their functions.
No situation of exception or of emergency should [ne doit] justify the violations of human rights.
The right to work is recognized to all. The State creates the conditions necessary for the exercise of this right.
No one may be prejudiced [lésé] in their work by virtue of their gender, of their race, of their ethnicity, of their opinions or of any other cause of discrimination.
Each one has the right to affiliate [adhérer] with the union of their choice and to defend their rights through union action. Each worker has the right to participate, by the intermediate of their delegates, to the determination of the conditions of work
The right to strike is recognized. It is exercised within the framework of the laws that govern [régisents] it. It may not in any case infringe the freedom of work.
The law establishes the conditions for the assistance and the protection to which the workers have right.
The law guarantees to all the exercise of the fundamental freedoms and rights. It determines the conditions in which they are exercised.
It may only establish[,] concerning these freedoms and these rights, those limits that are indispensable to maintain the public order and democracy.
The groups whose purpose or activity is contrary to the laws or that manifestly trouble the public order may be dissolved.
Procuring is the activity of a person who favors the debauchery of others by acting as an intermediary.
Will be considered pimp and punished by imprisonment from 6 months to 2 years and a fine of 50,000 to 400,000 Guinean francs, without prejudice to more severe penalties if they fail, the person:
1) - Who, in any way aids, assists or knowingly protects the prostitution of others or soliciting for prostitution;
2) - Who, in any form, sharing the proceeds of the prostitution of others or receiving money from a person who habitually engages in prostitution;
3) - Who knowingly living with a person who habitually engages in prostitution and can not justify the resources corresponding to his lifestyle;
4) - Who hires, or maintains, even with her consent, a person, even an adult, for prostitution or engaging in prostitution or debauchery;
5) - which acts as an intermediary in any capacity between those who engage in prostitution or debauchery and individuals who exploit or remunerate the prostitution or debauchery of others.
The penalty shall be imprisonment from 2 to 5 years and a fine of 100,000 to 1,000,000 Guinean Francs, where: 1) - The crime was committed against a minor; 2) - The crime was accompanied by coercion, abuse of authority, or fraud; 3) - The perpetrator was carrying a weapon apparent or hidden; 4) - The perpetrator is a husband, ascendant, tutor, teacher, servant to guarantee the victim or servant of the people to pledge above designated official or minister of religion; 5) - The offender is required to participate in its functions to the fight against prostitution, protection of health or the maintenance of public order;
6) - Whoever, by threats, pressure, deception or other means, obstructs the prevention, control, assistance or rehabilitation undertaken by qualified organizations for persons engaged in prostitution or danger of prostitution.
Shall be punished by imprisonment from 1 month to 2 years and a fine of 50,000 to 200,000 Guinean francs, except in pursuance of more severe penalties if any, who will usually attempted sexual offense in the exciting promoting debauchery or corruption of minors 18 years or even occasionally the age of 16. The same penalty will be applied against those who tolerate the exercise of habitual debauchery by persons engaged in prostitution in premises or sites available to him in any capacity whatsoever. The occupant and the person engaging in debauchery are jointly responsible for payment of damages that can be allocated for disturbing neighbors. If usual practice of the facts mentioned above, the termination of the lease and evict the tenant, subtenant or occupant who gives himself or tolerated it is pronounced by the judge as an emergency procedure, the request of the owner, tenant, occupant or adjacent to the building. The attempt of the offense under this section shall be punished the same penalties as the crime itself.
A person who has entered into an agreement for the purpose of alienating, free of charge or for consideration, the liberty of a third person, shall be punished with imprisonment for five to ten years .
The confiscation of money, objects or securities received in execution of the said agreement shall always be pronounced.
The fact of obtaining from a person by abusing his vulnerability or dependency, the provision of unpaid services, or in return for compensation manifestly unrelated to the importance of the work done will be punished by Punishment from 6 months to 5 years and a fine of 50,000 to 300,000 Guinean francs.
Submitting a person by abusing his vulnerability or dependency to working or accommodation conditions incompatible with human dignity shall be punished by a penalty of 1 month to 5 years and a fine of 50,000 to 500,000 Guinean francs.
Whatever the reason, the pledging of a person by a debtor to his creditor is formally prohibited.
Any agreement made in the course of a marriage and involving the fate of the children to be born of the marriage shall be treated as a pledge.
Anyone who has placed or received a person as a pledge for any reason shall be liable to imprisonment from one month to two years and a fine of between 50,000 and 360,000 Guinean francs.
The term of imprisonment may be increased to 5 years if the person pledged or received as a pledge is less than 15 years of age.
The offenders may in any case be deprived of the rights mentioned in article 37 of the present Code for at least 5 years and 10 years at the most.
A person shall be punished with imprisonment from one month to one year and a fine of 50,000 to 200,000 Guinean francs:
1) - Has, in a spirit of lucre, induced the parents or one of them to abandon their child,
2) - Has caused to be subscribed by the future parents or one of them an act under which They undertake to abandon the unborn child;
3) - Has detained and made use of such an act;
4) - Will have, in a spirit of lucre, brought his intercession to make collect or adopt a child.
Anyone who, by fraud or violence, has abducted or caused to be abducted a minor under the age of 18 years or has trained, diverted or displaced him or caused him to be dragged, diverted or moved
Where he was placed by those to whose authority or direction he was subject or entrusted, shall be sentenced to imprisonment for five to ten years.
If the minor thus abducted or diverted is under 15 years of age, the penalty shall be that of life imprisonment.
The same punishment shall be applied regardless of the age of the minor if the perpetrator has been paid or has been charged with paying a ransom by the persons under whose authority or supervision the minor was placed. However, in the cases provided for in the two preceding subparagraphs, the penalty shall be that of criminal imprisonment in time of 5 to 10 years if the minor is found alive before the conviction has been delivered. The abduction will carry the death penalty if followed by the death of the minor.
Men under 18, women under 17 years old may marry. Nevertheless, the President of the Republic on the report of the Minister of Justice may, by decree, grant age exemptions for serious reasons. Demand is addressed to the prosecutor or the President of the Tribunal for transmission to Attorney General. A copy of the Decree is annexed to the marriage certificate.
Marriage requires the consent of the spouses.
This consent must be free and unpolluted.
It is expressed at the time of the celebration of marriage and found solemnly through the Registrar of civil status.
Persons who have not reached the age of 21, can not contract marriage without the consent of their father and in default of the father, not that of the person who performs the duties of head of household. This consent is given either orally during the marriage, or advance by act authentic and special. When the age difference between the spouses is more than thirty years, marriage can be celebrated only with the permission of the Minister of Interior.
Forced or compulsory labor is absolutely prohibited. The term forced or compulsory labor means all work or service which is exacted from any person under the menace of any penalty and for which said person has not offered himself voluntarily.
Is considered "economic exploitation" requiring intervention, children's exposure to begging, trafficking, or the instruction of the a work that is likely to deprive him of his education, or be harmful to his health, his development or physical or moral integrity, or employment purposes and / or conditions contrary to this Code.
"Trafficking in persons" means the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of persons by threat of use or use of force or other forms of coercion , By abduction, fraud, deceit, abuse of authority or vulnerability, or by the offer or acceptance of payments or benefits to obtain the consent of a person having authority over another for the purpose operating.
The exploitation shall include, as a minimum, the exploitation of the prostitution of others or other forms of sexual exploitation, forced labor or services, slavery or practices similar to slavery, servitude or Removal of organs.
The recruitment, transportation, transfer, harboring or receipt of a Child for the purpose of exploitation shall be regarded as a trafficking in persons even if they do not use any of the means set out in paragraph 2 Of this Article.
Any perpetrator or accomplice convicted of trafficking in children shall be punished with imprisonment of 3 to 10 years and with a fine of 1,000,000 to 3,500,000 Guinean francs.
The attempt is punished as the offense itself.
The penalty shall be between 5 and 20 years' imprisonment in time and a fine of 5,000,000 to 10,000,000 Guinean francs against any perpetrator or accomplice in child trafficking committed in the following circumstances:
- The victim is under 15 years of age at the time of the commission of the offense;
- The act was committed by violence, acts of torture or barbarism; - The author used narcotics to alter the will of the victim; The author was the bearer of an apparent or hidden weapon;
- The victim has been sequestered or exposed in a public or private place;
- Acts of trafficking have caused the child a physical, moral or mental incapacity or any other medical sequelae;
- Trafficking is the work of an organized group;
- The child was subjected to the worst forms of child labor;
- The purpose of the offense was the removal of one or more organs of the Child;
in case of recidivism.
The court may order the confiscation of all objects and materials used in the child trafficking process.
Life imprisonment shall be imposed when acts of child trafficking have resulted in the disappearance or death of the victim.
Anyone who solicits, receives gifts, promises, advantages of any kind, shall be punished with imprisonment of 1 to 5 years and with a fine of 500,000 to 2,500,000 Guinean francs. To facilitate the trafficking of children.
The attempt is punished as the offense itself.
The penalty shall be doubled if the author is an official of the public administration who has acted in the exercise of his functions.
A penalty of 6 months to 1 year of imprisonment and a fine of 50,000 to 2,500,000 Guinean francs shall be imposed on any parent or guardian who knowingly facilitates the trafficking of his child with a child Which he has custody.
The attempt is punished as the offense itself.
CHAPTER II: CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY
Any of the following acts constitutes a crime against humanity when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population with knowledge of the attack:
any other form of sexual violence of comparable gravity;
Within the meaning of the previous article, the following shall be understood to mean
SECTION II : DU MARIAGE FORCE
Forced marriage is strictly prohibited. All marriages must be concluded on the basis of the free, voluntary and mutual consent of each of the future spouses of full age, unless special provisions are made.
Any person who, by any means whatsoever, forces a person to marry a partner he or she does not desire or not to marry a partner of his or her choice, shall be liable to imprisonment for a term of 3 months to 1 year and a fine of 500,000 to 2,000,000 Guinean francs, or to both, without prejudice to the payment of damages.
Trafficking in persons is the recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of a person for the purpose of exploitation in any of the following circumstances:
The exploitation referred to in point 1 of this article is the act of placing the victim at the disposal of the victim or at the disposal of a third party, even if unidentified, either to enable the commission against the victim of the offences of procuring, sexual assault or sexual abuse, or enslavement, submission to forced labour or services, reduction to servitude, removal of one of its organs, exploitation of begging, working conditions or accommodation contrary to its dignity, or compelling the victim to commit any crime or offence. Trafficking in human beings is punishable by imprisonment for 3 to 7 years and a fine of 500,000 to 10,000,000 Guinean francs.
Trafficking in human beings in respect of a minor is constituted even if it is not committed in any of the circumstances provided for in 1° to 4° of the preceding article. It is punishable by imprisonment for 5 to 10 years and a fine of 100,000,000 Guinean francs.
The offence provided for in Article 323 is punishable by imprisonment for 7 to 10 years and a fine of 100,000,000 Guinean francs when it is committed in two of the circumstances mentioned in 1° to 4° of the same article or with one of the following additional circumstances:
The offences provided for in Articles 323 and 324 shall be punishable by criminal imprisonment for 20 years and a fine of 200,000,000 Guinean francs when committed in an organised gang.
Offences under Articles 323 and 324 committed by means of torture or barbaric acts are punishable by life imprisonment and a fine of 250,000,000 Guinean francs.
Where the crime or offence that has been committed or was to be committed against the person who is a victim of the offence of trafficking in human beings is punishable by a custodial sentence of a duration greater than that of the imprisonment incurred pursuant to Articles 323 to 327, the offence of trafficking in human beings shall be punishable by the penalties attached to the crimes or offences of which the perpetrator has knowledge and, if this crime or offence is accompanied by aggravating circumstances, by the penalties attached only to the aggravating circumstances of which he or she has knowledge.
Other serious violations of the laws and customs applicable in international armed conflicts within the established framework of international law also constitute war crimes, namely, any of the following acts
e rape, sexual slavery, enforced prostitution, forced pregnancy as defined in the preceding article, enforced sterilisation or any other form of sexual violence constituting a grave breach of the Geneva Conventions
Other serious violations of the laws and customs applicable in armed conflicts not of an international character, within the established framework of international law, also constitute war crimes, namely, any of the following acts:
f. rape, sexual slavery, enforced prostitution, forced pregnancy as defined in the preceding article, enforced sterilisation or any other form of sexual violence constituting a grave breach of the Geneva Conventions