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Judecătorul național este obligat să respecte aplicarea prioritară a dreptului UE și să „decriminalizeze” comportamentul care este, potrivit dreptului național, penal

This had considerable implications for the criminal law. In essence where provisions of criminal law were deemed to interfere disproportionately with one of the fundamental freedoms, the national judge was obligated to respect the primacy of Community law and ‘decriminalise’ the conduct which was, according to national law, criminal. (nota de subsol 151: M. Jaeger, Les rapports entre le droit communautaire et le droit penal: l’institution d’une communaute de droit” (2004) 84 Revue de Droit Penal et de Criminologie 1099, 1107)

S. Summers, C. Schwarzenegger, G. Ege, F. Young
(The Emergence of EU Criminal Law: Cybercrime and the Regulation of the Information Society, ed. Hart, decembrie 2014, la p. 29)

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