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https://doi.org/10.30925/zpfsr.37.2.7

SCOPE AND LIMITS OF THE IMPACT OF EU LAW ON THE GENERAL PART OF NATIONAL CRIMINAL LAWS

Igor Vuletić ; Pravni fakultet Sveučilišta u Osijeku


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In this paper, the author discusses the question of possibility of the impact of EU law on national criminal laws when it comes to general part. The traditional institutes of the general part have so far rarely been the subject of intervention by the EU because the main goal of EU criminal law is to achieve uniform criminalization of certain offenses, which is primarily the matter of a special part. However , in previous instruments and practices of the European institutions one can notice certain fragments of the general part. The author analyzes the current European acquis in this area and recognizes these fragments, and he tries to shape it into a unified whole. He gives his opinion whether harmonization of the general part is realistic possibility and in which direction will further formation of supranational general part of criminal law go.

Ključne riječi

sanctions, omissions, inchoate crimes, directive, franework decision, harmonization, sovereignity

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167175

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/167175

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