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Part II : Application of general principles #I. Hostilities #A. Rules of conduct with regard to individuals #(g) Parlementaires - Art. 28.
Art. 28. He may be accompanied by a bugler or a drummer, by a colour-bearer, and, if need be, by a guide and interpreter, who also are entitled to inviolability.
' The necessity of this prerogative is evident. It is moreover, frequently exercised in the interest of humanity.
But it must not be injurious to the adverse party. This is why '
[See article 29