False Offenses Committed in Connection with the Authority of a Foreign State

Authors

  • Ioana Rusu Universitatea Creștină „Dimitrie Cantemir” din București

Keywords:

False; the objective side; the subjective side; the authority of a foreign state

Abstract

In this paper we have tried to draw attention to the offenses provided for in Chapter III of
Title VI of the Romanian Criminal Code, in the event that they were committed in connection with the
authority of a foreign state. In this context, we have taken into account in particular the objective and
subjective side of the offenses in question, as well as the power to prosecute and try in the first instance.
The novelty elements are represented precisely by the depth of the examination carried out in the light
of the new provisions provided in the Criminal Code. The paper is part of a university course to be
published by a recognized publishing house in the field in the country. Given the depth of the
examination, it may be useful to law school students in the country and the European Union, as well as
to legal practitioners.

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Published

2022-11-08

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Danubian Economy and Legislation