La persecución restringida de los delitos que lesionan valores esenciales de la Comunidad internacional:: ¿sigue existiendo la Jurisdicción universal en España?

The principle of universal jurisdiction is applied only to a few very serious crimes that, given their entity, damage the international community as a whole. Universal jurisdiction is rooted in International law and, also, it was equally established in domestic legal orders. However, the universalit... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Abad Castelos, Montserrat
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: Universidad Carlos III: Instituto de Derechos Humanos Bartolomé de las Casas 2012
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Laburpena: The principle of universal jurisdiction is applied only to a few very serious crimes that, given their entity, damage the international community as a whole. Universal jurisdiction is rooted in International law and, also, it was equally established in domestic legal orders. However, the universality principle is moving backwards at an internal level. In this sense, the legal revision carried out in Spain in 2009 can be considerate as a backward move. Since then, it is necessary that the alleged offender is in Spain or that the victims are Spanish, or have some outstanding link with Spain, and in any event that in another country or in an international Tribunal a criminal procedure has not begun. Therefore, this Spanish legal revision has denaturalized and dismantled the principle in great measure. It is regrettable, among other reasons, because it supposes a setback in the fight against impunity and can erode international regulation.