The study aims to highlight how the Administrative Code, as a new and main normative instrument for regulating public administration and its personnel, takes over and transposes constitutionally established rights, freedoms and duties, as well as through a series of international and regional instruments on human rights to which Romania is a part or through community (European) acts. They are presented systematically, by reference to the legal norms and to the applicable references, but also from the perspective of some hypotheses or the comparative approach.
Doctrină: autori români şi străini
European Union Law
UE Law and Comparative Law
Ability To Administer Justice By The Supervisor Of Credit Institutions (European Central Bank And Bank Of Spain) Regarding The Application Of The Penalty System For Improper Operations Of Banks When Practicing The Functions They Are Allowed To
The influence of human rights on law
Migration and the law