Harmonisation and co-operation between prosecutors at European level: proceedings, Volume 288
Council of Europe
Council of Europe Pub., 2002 - Law - 112 pages
This publication contains the proceedings of the 2nd pan-european conference of senior legal prosecutors, which met in Romania in May 2001, in order to discuss the role of public prosecution in the criminal justice system. The conference made concrete proposals for the setting-up of a conference of European prosecutors, within the Council of Europe.
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