Comparative and legal study of the concept of crime under legislation of CIS countries

Sergej N. Bezugly

Resumen

This article analyzes the concept of crime under the criminal law of CIS countries, and reveals the specifics of the signs that make up this concept. The present study is based on the features that are most often found in the legislation of CIS countries. Approaches to the description and determination of the sign of public danger are studied and analyzed, and on this basis, the concept of criminal misconduct and insignificant action has been studied. It is revealed that the criminal legislation of selected states is described by its heterogeneity, and there are absolutely specific characteristics that are specified for individual countries.

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crime; misconduct; social danger; insignificant act; signs of crime; punishability

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