Reglementarea juridică a protecţiei concurenţei prin prisma politicii penale a statului
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TIMOFEI, Sorin; BRÎNZA, Serghei. Reglementarea juridică a protecţiei concurenţei prin prisma politicii penale a statului . In: Revista Naţională de Drept. 2010, nr. 9-10(120), pp. 86-98. ISSN 1811-0770.
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Revista Naţională de Drept
Numărul 9-10(120) / 2010 / ISSN 1811-0770

Reglementarea juridică a protecţiei concurenţei prin prisma politicii penale a statului

Pag. 86-98

Timofei Sorin, Brînza Serghei
 
Universitatea de Stat din Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 16 decembrie 2013


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In this article, it is argued that the guarantee of freedom of competition consists in the special protection afforded by the state to this judicial category by enforced requirement toward everybody not to harm free and fair competition seen as social values. The special protection of the two social values is dictated by the economic principles of market gradually on which Republic of Moldova is falling. First, free and fair competition are protected by a whole set of extrajudicial means and legal means (but extra-penal). However, against the anticompetition actions, that present an increased danger, the two social values are to be defended by the vigorous means of criminal law. It is argued about the appropriateness of the presence in the domestic legal system of the art.246 and art.2461 PC RM. In most regards, the legitimization of these two norms corresponds to all the incrimination principles, which is nothing but one of the penal policy methods. It is shown that the harmonization of Republic of Moldova’s legislation on protection of competition aspect with the same law category of Community legislation can not avoid effects on the penal policy persuaded by application of art.246 and 2461 PC RM. Or, these penal norms are incomplete ones, which do supplement themselves by semantic borrowing from some notions on protection of competition matter extra-penal norms, including supranational kinds.