Attempts to commit offences and criminal responsibility
(1) A person who attempts to commit an offence under this Law is
- guilty of that offence; and
- subject to the penalty for that offence.
(2) An attempt to commit an offence under this Law may be punishable when the following conditions are satisfied:
- the perpetrator has begun to commit an offence, i.e., the perpetrator has committed an act with a purpose to directly commit the offence;
- the perpetrator did not end his/her acts voluntarily, but was interrupted by circumstances beyond his/her control.
(3) An act that is only a preparatory act in relation to an offence is not the beginning of the commission of the offence.
link to full text of the Law on Counter-Terrorism: Cambodia-Law on Counter Terrorism-2007-eng
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