THEORETICEL ASPECTS CONCERNING CRIMINAL OFFENCES COMIITTED AGAINST CHILDREN AND FAMILY. A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ROMANIAN LEGISLATION AND HUNGARIAN LEGISLATION

Roxana-Denisa Vidican

Abstract


This article presents criminal offences committed against children and family in comparative terms, with their resemblances and differences, as provided by Title VIII – Criminal Offences That Bring Prejudice to Relationships of Social Cohabitation, Chapter II – Criminal Offences against Family of the Romanian Criminal Code, respectively Chapter XX – Offences against Children and against Family Law in the Hungarian Criminal Code. 


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Romanian Criminal Code;

Hungarian Criminal Code.


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