Art 7. Human dignity
Human dignity must be respected and protected.
Art 10. Right to life and to personal freedom
2 Everyone has the right to personal liberty and in particular to physical and mental integrity and to freedom of movement.
3 Torture and any other form of cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment are prohibited.
Art 27. Economic freedom
1 Economic freedom is guaranteed.
2 Economic freedom includes in particular the freedom to choose an occupation as well as the freedom to pursue a private economic activity.
Art 31. Deprivation of liberty
d. every person who is fit to work can earn their living by working under fair conditions;
Art. 181. Coercion
Any person who, by the use of force or the threat of serious detriment or other restriction of another's freedom to act compels another to carry out an act, to fail to carry out an act or to tolerate an act, is liable to a custodial sentence not exceeding three years or to a monetary penalty.
Art. 181a. Forced marriage, forced registered partnership
1 Any person who, by the use of force or the threat of serious detriment or other restriction of another's freedom to act compels another to enter into a marriage or to have a same-sex partnership registered is liable to a custodial sentence not exceeding five years or to a monetary penalty.
2 Any person who commits the foregoing offence abroad but is now in Switzerland and is not being extradited is liable to the same penalty. Article 7 paragraphs 4 and 5 apply.
Art. 182. Trafficking in human beings
1 Any person who as a supplier, intermediary or customer engages in the trafficking of a human being for the purpose of sexual exploitation, exploitation of his or her labour or for the purpose of removing an organ is liable to a custodial sentence or to a monetary penalty. The soliciting of a person for these purposes is equivalent to trafficking.
2 If the victim is a minor or if the offender acts for commercial gain, the penalty is a custodial sentence of not less than one year.
3 In every case, a monetary penalty must also be imposed.
4 Any person who commits the act abroad is also guilty of an offence. Articles 5 and 6 apply.
Art. 183. False imprisonment and abduction
1. Any person who unlawfully arrests or holds another prisoner or otherwise unlawfully deprives another of his liberty, any person who, by the use of force, false pretences or threats, abducts another, is liable to a custodial sentence not exceeding five years or to a monetary penalty.
2. Any person who abducts a person who is incapable of judgement or resistance or who is under the age of sixteen, is liable the same penalty.
Art. 184. Aggravating circumstances
The penalty for false imprisonment and abduction is a custodial sentence of not less than one year,
if the offender attempts to obtain a ransom,
if he treats the victim with cruelty,
if the deprivation of liberty lasts for a period in excess of ten days or
if the health of the victim is seriously endangered.
Art. 195. Exploitation of sexual acts, encouraging prostitution
Any person who induces a minor into prostitution,
any person who induces another person into prostitution by exploiting his or her dependence or a financial advantage,
any person who restricts the freedom to act of a prostitute by supervising him or her in the course of his or her activities or by exercising control over the location, time, volume or other aspects of his or her work as a prostitute or,
any person who makes a person remain a prostitute against his or her will,
Art. 264a. Crimes against humanity
1 The penalty is a custodial sentence of not less than five years for any person who, as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any civilian population :
c. assumes and exercises a right of ownership over a person, in particular in the form of trafficking in persons, sexual exploitation or forced labour ;
g. rapes a person of the female gender or, after she has been forcibly made pregnant, confines her unlawfully with the intent of affecting the ethnic composition of a population, forces a person to tolerate a sexual act of comparable severity or forces a person into prostitution or to be sterilised;
Art. 264e. Unjustified medical treatment violation of sexual rights and human dignity
1 The penalty is a custodial sentence of not less than three years for any person who, in connection with an armed conflict :
b. rapes a person of the female gender protected by international humanitarian law or, after she has been forcibly made pregnant, confines her unlawfully with the intent of affecting the ethnic composition of a population, forces a person to tolerate a sexual act of comparable severity or forces a person protected by international humanitarian law into prostitution or to be sterilised ;