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by Guy STESSENS - article

The international fight against corruption

Most legal systems are traditionally familiar with the offence of corruption. It was conceived as an offence against public order (infraction contre l’ordre public), which allowed sanctioning behaviour by public officials who misused their public office in exchange for undue advantages and the behaviour of private persons aimed at inducing public officials into this type of behaviour. The...
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by Lorenzo PICOTTI in in Mauro POLITI and Giuseppe NESI (Eds.), "The Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court: A Challenge to Impunity" - book_chapter

Criminally Protected Legal Interests at the International Level after the Rome Statute

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by Frank HOPFEL in Mireille DELMAS-MARTY and John A.E. VERVAELE (Eds.), "The implementation of the Corpus Juris in the Member States - Volume 4" - book_chapter

Vertical cooperation/coopération verticale: Admissibility and evaluation of evidence/admissibilité et évaluation des preuves, National Report of Austria

This follow-up to the Corpus Juris study aims to analyse the feasibility of the Corpus Juris in relation to the legislation of the Member States and also to analyse the horizontal and vertical...
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by Maria KAIAFA-GBANDI - article

The development towards harmonization within criminal law in the European Union - A citizen's perspective

This article discusses the topic of the development towards harmonization within criminal law in the European Union as of October 2001. The efforts of harmonization in the field of criminal law...
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by Jaap W. DE ZWAAN and Alfred E. KELLERMAN and Jenõ CZUCZAI - book

EU Enlargement - The Constitutional Impact at EU and National Level - Asser Institute Colloquium Series on European Law

The studies, debates and suggestions collected in this volume are the result of an international conference on European Law held in September 2000, organized by the T.M.C. Asser Institute in The...
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by Ilias ANAGNOSTOPOULOS and Konstantinos D. MAGLIVERAS - book

Criminal law in Greece

This volume should provide a useful background for the study and practice of criminal law and criminal procedure in Greece. The general introduction offers a brief survey of Greece, its...
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by Iain CAMERON - book

National security and the European Convention on Human Rights

The primary aim of this study as a whole is to examine how useful a safeguard the Convention is, and can be, in the sensitive area of national security law and practice. The first part of the book...
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