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Les droits de l’accusé dans le procès penal

Allocution prononcée par Jean Graven, Professeur à la Faculté de Droit, Juge à la Cour de Cassation de Genève et Président de la Fédération internationale latine des Juristes et Avocats au Congrès international de juristes, Athées, juin 1955. (more…)

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New substantive criminal law

This document is Part Three in the series Government, Law and Courts Behind the Iron Curtain. It contains a country-by-country overview of developments in relation to substantive criminal law in the following states: (more…)

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Worker and factory

This document is Part Seven in the series Government, Law and Courts Behind the Iron Curtain. It provides an analysis of ideology, policy, law and practice in relation to the situation of workers and labour rights. (more…)

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Law in Communist China

The Chinese juridical order cannot be described in the classical manner by an analysis of texts. Texts are few, and, on many points, non-existent; moreover, they give hardly any authentic idea of reality — it might even be implied that they knowingly try to dissimulate it. (more…)

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