Labour Criminal Law Evolution In Romania
Labour Law is basically the labour contract’s law, and a specific work cannot be performed without respecting the safety norms. Labour Criminal Law is not recognized in every state by the scholars, further being established a border line between these two law fields (Germany, Japan). The European Union member states have shown reluctance towards inserting sanctions displaying punishment features in the Union laws. In various European countries, a new law discipline has emerged and developed in the doctrine - the Labour Criminal Law. Regarded as a genuine Criminal Law (sub) branch, similar with financial tax criminal law, environmental criminal law, it has developed mostly in the last two decades playing a crucial role in the relation between criminal law and social law The Labour Code, the Criminal Code and other Special Laws stipulate offenses regarding labour relations
Volume (Year): 43 (2010)
Issue (Month): (December)
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