Financial Interests of the European Union and their Criminal Protection
The EU constitution with broad objectives in the economic, social, justice and home affairs fields involved a considerable effort of the member states in financial, legislative and institutional terms. To these is added a categorical imperative, namely, to defend the EU financial interests against the frauds that can be committed at the institutional level to the detriment of the budget. In such conditions, the member states should create an appropriate legal and institutional framework to protect EU budget against possible frauds.
Volume (Year): X (2010)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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