THE OFFENCE OF HUMAN TRAFFIC IN THE COMPARATIVE LAW OF ROMANIA AND THE EUROPEAN UNION (English version)
The European framework in which the judicial system of Romania works, obliges the Romanian society and the authorities to adapt to the new standards, especially in this very important domain. Of a great importance are the aspects concerning the approach of the victim of the human traffic, so that the judicial procedures in which the victim takes part are not traumatizing and not to contribute to a new status in which the person is reconsidered a victim. The minor, as a victim of the human traffic, has a special status, taking into consideration the delicacy with which the case must be dealt with and also all the aspects regarding his exploitation. The phenomenon of the human traffic often raises controversies and confusions, being associated to the traffic of migrants, to procurement, and the victim of the human traffic to the prostitute.
Volume (Year): 3-4 (2010)
Issue (Month): (December)
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