Croatian Criminal Code, Articles 89, 132 and 300
Targeted professionals: Not specifically for FGM, but for criminal offences: lawyers, attorneys, notaries, physicians, dentists, midwives or other health professionals, psychologists, guardians, religious confessors and other persons in the exercise of her/his profession.
Professional Secrecy Provisions
Conditions for disclosing information
Official or responsible person shall be punished if he/she fails to report the serious criminal offence about which he/she learned by doing his duty and it is an offence for which criminal proceedings is not left to the private complaint or a motion or a person who is entrusted with the upbringing and educational work in an competent institution a notary public and custody worker if the offence is committed against a child or a juvenile.
Right or duty to report
Unauthorized disclosure of professional secret (Article 132): There is no offence of the disclosure of professional secrets if the secret is disclosed in the public interest or the interest of another person, which prevails over the interests of secrecy.
Existence of disciplinary sanctions in case of non-reporting
Failure to report a crime (Article 300) for failure to report a serious offence for which the law prescribes long-term imprisonment, one shall be punished by fine or imprisonment not exceeding three years.
Official Gazette, No. 110/97; http://www.vsrh.hr/CustomPages/Static/HRV/Files/Legislation__Criminal-Co...
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