Monaco. According to
COUNTRYAAH, the UN Human Rights Committee criticized Monaco
for too harsh penalties for those convicted of "lèse
majesté", ie for "damaging the monarch" or insulting members
of the prince's family.
The Committee found that fines were the usual penalty,
but there was room for up to five years in prison. An
example was mentioned of a 28-year-old Tunisian who in 2014
was sentenced to three months imprisonment for having
expressed condemnation of the princely family.