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Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the Infringement of Myth Hole in Romania

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  • Alexandru Peicea

    (“Alexandru Ioan Cuza†Police Academy, Bucharest, Romania)

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: It is widely known that corruption worldwide generates harmful effects, affecting the economy of the whole planet over time, the good development of social relations and the trust of citizens in their own state, governors and civil servants. Taking bribes is one of the most serious offenses under the Romanian Penal Code, which is also the result of the punishment stipulated by the law to be applied to the persons committing such offenses. In order to prevent and combat this harmful phenomenon, the Romanian legislature regulated in a special law higher punishments for committing the bribery offense for persons occupying a certain position in the state or having a certain quality, circumstance which increases the degree of social danger created for social relations protected by the rule of criminalization. This paper aims to deal with the constitutive content of the bribery offense in Romania and to present relevant judicial practice issues in this field.

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  • Alexandru Peicea, 2019. "Theoretical and Practical Aspects of the Infringement of Myth Hole in Romania," Proceedings of the 12th International RAIS Conference, April 3-4, 2019 56AP, Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies.
  • Handle: RePEc:smo:cpaper:56ap
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    bribery; corruption; jurisprudence; punishment;
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