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Criminal-Legal Protection Of Natural Values In The Republic Of Serbia



    (Prof dr, University of Belgrade, SERBIA.)


Already in 1764, the Italian judge Cesare Becari stated in his work "Debate on Crimes and Punishments" that the purpose of law, justice and prison sentences should be conversion rather than punishment of criminals. Ingenious people move the world - they make it better and more beautiful. Of all living beings, only man can be adorned with ethics. The universe is moving towards the future. Today, Europe focuses on energy security, green energy and sustainable development. People learn from nature. The second year of the pandemic, caused by Covid 19 as a planetary evil, is passing. Unfortunately, the wave of pandemics by Covid-19 is spreading, although Serbia has a good national health policy. It is also planned to open a vaccine factory in Zemun. In Serbia, too, the pandemic leaves a trace on all aspects of our lives. In addition, we are aware of many dramatic changes in nature, we are also facing air pollution, especially in the capital, while the largest environmental project will be a new landfill for disposal of municipal waste in Belgrade and new regulations for noise protection are emphasized.

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  • Natasa TOMIC-PETROVIC, 2021. "Criminal-Legal Protection Of Natural Values In The Republic Of Serbia," Curentul Juridic, The Juridical Current, Le Courant Juridique, Petru Maior University, Faculty of Economics Law and Administrative Sciences and Pro Iure Foundation, vol. 87, pages 44-54, December.
  • Handle: RePEc:pmu:cjurid:v:87:y:2021:p:44-54

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