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In order so see what lessons might be learned from the multilevel process of developing new criminal legislation on terrorism, this chapter first reviews and compares the development of the international framework legislation, i.e. Resolution 1373 and the EU Framework Decision, and thereafter the national responses thereto. Then, the chapter discusses a core issue in the interplay between these levels, namely the state's margin of discretion in the implementation of the international obligations. The chapter also reviews the main characteristics of the national criminal legislation on terrorism in light of some basic standards of criminal law.

Keywords: criminal law; EU Framework Decision; EU Framework Decision; multilevel legislation; national criminal legislation; Resolution 1373; Resolution 1373; terrorism



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