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Title: Covid-19 pandēmijas aktualizētie pārvaldības kārtības noziedzīgie apdraudējumi Latvijā
Other Titles: Criminal Threats to Administrative Order in Latvia Updated by the COVID-19 Pandemic: Abstract
Authors: Baumanis, Jānis
Rīgas Stradiņa universitāte, Juridiskā fakultāte, Latvija
Keywords: Socrates 2022, 2 (23);administrative order;criminal threat;resistance;compatible certificate;restrictions and duties;repression
Issue Date: 2022
Publisher: Rīga Stradiņš University
Rīgas Stradiņa universitāte
Citation: Baumanis, J. (2022). Covid-19 pandēmijas aktualizētie pārvaldības kārtības noziedzīgie apdraudējumi Latvijā. [Criminal Threats to Administrative Order in Latvia Updated by the COVID-19 Pandemic: Abstract]. Elektroniskais juridisko zinātnisko rakstu žurnāls Socrates, 2 (23). 111–121.
Series/Report no.: Socrates 2022, 2 (23)
Abstract: COVID-19 pandemic in Latvia has activated several types of criminal threats. Their range also included criminal threats to the administration existing in Latvia, which have been explored in detail in this article. The author has highlighted three topical groups of criminal threat in the field of administrative order: 1) threats, expressed as counter-activities against the person, who participates in elimination or termination of illegal commitment driven towards COVID-19 restrictions; 2) threats expressed as violations of the procedure determined for processing of documents in the field of COVID-19 restrictions; 3) threats expressed as violation of special regulations in the field of COVID-19 restrictions. Having paid attention to each separate group, the author has studied not only the case law, but also amendments to the Criminal Law planned and implemented by the legislator, analysing the positive and negative aspects of the amendments. The study revealed that the repressive approach of the state, implemented within the framework of control of the restrictions for spread of the COVID-19, lead to the situation, where not only the need was discussed to recognise the offences not yet deemed as criminally punishable, but where the legislator still considered it necessary to supplement the special part of the Criminal Law with new norms, thus expanding the types of expression of criminal offences.
ISSN: 2256-0548
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