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Janos Fehérváry

411 Janos Fehérváry1 Central European Police Academy (MEPA) 1. INTRODUCTION < . ' It is a well-known fact that the breakdown of a State, be it a dictatorship, democracy or a mixture of structures, creates an empty space, which is momentarily filled with criminal ele- ments, trying to replace

Lily Rueda Guzman and Barbora Holá

., p. 64. 35 Ibid ., p. 60. 36 Ibid ., p. 64. 37 Ruti Teitel, Rethinking the Rule of Law after Communism (Central European University Press, Budapest, 2005). 38 Jon Elster, Rosemary Nagy and Melissa Williams (eds.), Transitional Justice: Nomos li (New York University Press, New York, 2012) p

B. Hebenton and J. Spencer

development of criminology, and sociological theories of crime, in East Central European countries stagnated during the years of soviet domination from 1945 to 1989. This lack of development was, primarily, due to the dominance of Mar- xist-Leninism which considered crime to be a feature of capitalist rather

David Tolbert

, Netherlands, in November 1999. I watched her work ably at the ICTY and to quickly become a leading light on that bench. Later she was on the American Bar Association Central European and Eurasian Law Initiative (ABA-CEELI) Executive Board when I was its Executive Director, always asking the most penetrating


‘foreign capital’; little appreciation of the benefits of freedom of expression and of the right to privacy. For most of the countries in Eastern and Central Europe ‘the transition’ in the late 1980s and in the beginning of the 1990s had at least three related but different dimensions: the transition from

Elisabeth Martin

Eliza : Agressie tegen publieke dienstverleners / Bergman Eliza ; Valk Henk ; Vries Marco de . - Apeldoorn [u.a.] : Maklu , 2013 . - 237 S. : graph. Darst., Kt. - isbn : 978-90-466-0654-4. Mobile banditry : East and Central European itinerant criminal groups in the Netherlands / Siegel


- tion; and – the prosecution agency is organised with respect to the court system and the administrative structure of the country. 1.3. The same goes for the legal systems in the continental Central and Eastern European states. The legal systems of pre-1917 Russia and pre-war Eastern and Central Europe

L. Huyse

judicial conduct has proven to be extremely beneficial in the case of post-war Belgium and Holland. It can, if organized adequately, produce the same therapeutic effects in Eastern and Central Europe. ... : ... ..:'J' 1 : : , 3. MAJOR DILEMMAS -'" .-, ,, Judging the crimes and the abuses of a defeated

Jan Grijpink

VLJQLÀFDQW H[WHQW WDNLQJ SODFH ZLWK DOO WKH DF - companying consequences for the quality of life in the future information society. Criminal Records in the European Union European Journal of Crime, Criminal Law and Criminal Justice 2006 – 1 7 3. TOPICAL CHAIN ISSUE: A CENTRAL EUROPEAN CRIMINAL REGISTRY


principle a member country was. The present also creates differences in the success of the break away from the past, the procedure of the accomplishment of the new political system and in what conditions the changes take place. On the basis of the above principles, the Eastern-Central European countries