Amnesties and punishments according to the the objectives of transitional justice
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GAMURARI, Vitalie; NĂVODARIU, Elena Tania. Amnesties and punishments according to the the objectives of transitional justice. In: Identities in Globalisation. Intercultural Perspectives Social Sciences. Ediția a 7-a, Socs, 11-12 septembrie 2020, Tîrgu Mureş,. Tîrgu Mureş, România: The Alpha Institute for Multicultural Studies, 2020, pp. 122-134. ISBN 978-606-8624-10-5.
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Identities in Globalisation. Intercultural Perspectives
Ediția a 7-a, Socs, 2020
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Tîrgu Mureş,, Romania, 11-12 septembrie 2020

Amnesties and punishments according to the the objectives of transitional justice


Pag. 122-134

Gamurari Vitalie12, Năvodariu Elena Tania12
 
1 Free International University of Moldova,
2 George Bacovia University of Bacău
 
Disponibil în IBN: 4 noiembrie 2020


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Among the most sensitive issues of transitional justice there are, on one hand, the co-relation between the criminal penalty for violating international humanitarian law and human rights law, and on the other hand, the implementation of an alternative institution, such as amnesty, in the context of achieving the main goal of national reconciliation and the peaceful development of the country. The pragmatic aspect of transitional justice is based on accepting the amnesty in various forms, while international law reminds states of their international obligations, either on a conventional or customary basis – to implement the institution of criminal liability against those who committed serious violations of international humanitarian law or human rights law. Today, the norms that constitute the nucleus of these two branches of law, are part of the category of norms with jus cogens character, which is recognized at both doctrinal and jurisdictional level.

Cuvinte-cheie
amnesty, punishment, transitional justice, prosecution, international humanitarian law, human rights, national reconcialition