DEFENDING FAMILY LAW VALUES VIA CRIMINAL LAW NORMS
The economic and social challenges of the modern society necessarily imply the existence of a well-trained human resource, able to efficiently manage the various tasks related to the workplace, but also to efficiently cope with the evolution (revolution) of the informatics.
In this respect, at present, each European state seeks, through various specific policies, to develop a high social capital capable of successfully fulfilling these goals.
Thus, the protection of the family, as a matrix of the primary development of everyone, but also of the values related to it, has a primordial role in this context. The protection mechanisms are diverse, being regulated by both the rules of public and private law.
In the following we have proposed to review the criminal law norms that protect certain values of family law, such as the crime of abandoning the family (art. 378 Criminal Law), and the offense of preventing access to mandatory general education (art. 380 Criminal Law).