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Russia. 1996 ‘Criminal Law of the Russian Federation.’ Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, No.63-FZ of June 13, 1996 (with Amendments and Addenda to December 2004); Chapter 1 (Article 1). Moscow: President of the Russian Federation. 13 June

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Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, No.63-FZ of June 13, 1996

(with Amendments and Addenda of May 27, June 25, 1998, February 9, 15, March 18, July 9, 1999, March 9, 20, June 19, August 7, November 17, December 29, 2001, March 4, 14, May 7, June 25, July 24, 25, October 31, 2002, March 11, April 8, July 4, 7, December 8, 2003, July 21, 26, December 28, 2004)

Adopted by the State Duma on May 24, 1996
Adopted by the Federation Council on June 5, 1996

General Part
Section I. Criminal Law

Chapter 1. The Tasks and Principles of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation

Article 1. The Criminal Law of the Russian Federation

1. The criminal Law of the Russian Federation consists of the present Code. New laws providing for criminal responsibility are subject to inclusion in the present Code.

2. The present Code is based on the Constitution of the Russian Federation and the generally recognized principles and norms of international law.

ID: Q5557

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