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Lavado de dinero. Sistematización de la norma locales e internacionales en la materia


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  • Bruno Tondini
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    El fenómeno del lavado de dinero es altamente complejo y variado en cuanto a su análisis , nuestra intención es circunscribirnos a sistematizar las principales normas en la materia, dividiéndolas según sus orígenes como fuentes normativas de la siguiente manera: Normas Unilaterales ( Argentina y el Derecho Comparado con especial mención de las existentes en Gran Bretaña y E.E.U.U.) , y Normas Supranacionales ( fundamentalmente las existentes en la U.E). Cabe recordar que para nuestro país, las normas de derecho internacional que han sido incorporadas a nuestro derecho interno, siguiendo nuestros mecanismos constitucionales. Asimismo dejamos presente que en el acápite de derecho comparado nos referiremos a diferentes sistemas de derecho nacional interno. Asimismo realizaremos previamente un breve comentario del aspecto económico del problema, que lo avecina profundamente a los delitos tributarios.

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    Paper provided by Argentine Center of International Studies in its series Working Papers - Programa Derecho Internacional with number 015.

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