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Report No. 43

Chapter 6

Offences Relating to Armed Forces

6.1. Introductory.-

We have so far dealt with direct attacks on national security. The security of a country may also be threatened by indirect acts, such as those which weaken the agencies established for the maintenance of its security. Since the armed forces of a country are the most important of such agencies, provisions punishing interference with their preparedness and efficiency in the discharge of their functions are found in the criminal law of all countries.

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