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The Process Of Implementation In National Criminal Law

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This chapter provides an overview of the national legislative processes aimed at implementing the UN and EU obligations and producing new rules on terrorism. It provides general background to understanding the changes in substantive criminal law that have taken place in each country. Where amendments of substantive criminal law have been part of a broader package of legislative measures, this broader context will also be summarily presented. Very briefly, the distinctive legislative processes will also be linked to national politics. The chapter begins with Denmark, which was particularly swift to enact new legislative measures. It explores Norwegian solutions, which were strongly inspired by the Danes. The analysis continues with the other Nordic countries, Sweden and Finland before finally turn to the Netherlands and Germany.

Keywords: Denmark; Finland; Germany; national criminal law; Netherlands; Norway; terrorism



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