Diritto penale e fonti sovranazionali

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[automatically translated] The advance of global companies also require the criminal law to deal with the advent of supranational matrix sources. Contrary to what happens in other branches of law, the criminal area has always been one of the sorting areas with respect to which the legislature is more jealous exhibition of their skills and their own independent decisions regarding the illegality of the fact typical. The fact is not surprising if one considers that the criminal law is undoubtedly one of the greatest cultural expressions in a specific area. The author approaches the theme doing some introductory reflections on what are the main problems relativeall'incontro / clash between national criminal justice systems and external inputs: hence the reference to the factors that have historically determined the penalty area resistance penalty obligations or decriminalization and recognizable motives behind them. The analysis of the state of supranational sources is divided into two treatments. The first is devoted is for the European and the second in what are called international sources in the strict sense. In the reflections which conclude the work the author notes the Europeanization process in place for the criminal law and the influence that other supranational array of sources on the state penal systems,
Original languageItalian
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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