INFRACTIUNEA DE TRAFIC DE PERSOANE IN DREPTUL COMPARAT AL REPUBLICII MOLDOVA CU UNIUNEA EUROPEANA - THE OFFENCE OF HUMAN TRAFFIC IN THE COMPARATIVE LAW OF THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION (Romanian version)
The defending of the fundamental rights and liberties of a person represents a constant concern, common to all law systems, especially to those under the jurisdiction of the European Union. The modernization of the society we live in has attracted with itself, as it was expected, the developing not only of the positive sides, but also the flourishing of the organized crime and of the human traffic, obliging the authorities to adopt the adequate actions in order to stop these phenomena. The human traffic represents a violation of the human rights, of his dignity and liberty, a phenomenon which exists and manifests itself in almost all the countries in the world, no matter their degree of development. Being caused by a multitude of psycho-social factors such as poverty, the lack of education, disorganized family relations, the human traffic develops itself into a real phenomenon especially in the underdeveloped countries or in the course of development. Its effects can bring damage to a multitude of areas in the life of a community, such as demographic movements, health, public security, the level of education, the degree of occupation of labour force. In our era, this phenomenon has become more evident, when the term traffic was for the first time used to refer to the so-called commerce with white slaves, at the beginning of the 1900s, manifesting as a side of commerce. The human traffic continues to be on the front page of the international governmental organizations. The constant occupation of the agencies to apply the Law in the Republic of Moldova in order to diminish the human traffic will have the expected results when all the governmental agencies will be involved in the prevention and fighting of this phenomenon, taking into account the international standards in this field and the experience gathered until now.
Volume (Year): 1 (2010)
Issue (Month): (December)
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