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Development of the Administrative Penalty in the Years After the Liberation and Its Establishment as Independent Adminitrative Criminal Proceedings


Authors:
Ralitsa Aleksieva St. Cyril and St. Methodius University of Veliko Tarnovo

Pages: 158-163
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54664/VQMG1585

Abstract:

The subject of this article is the development of the administrative penalty in the years after the Liberation of Bulgaria and its establishment as independent administrative criminal proceedings. Administrative sanctions in Bulgaria existed even before the adoption of the current Law on Administrative Violations and Penalties (LAVP) in 1969, although not independently. This law regulates the legal definition of administrative violation: a human act expressed through action or inaction contrary to the established order of the ruling socialist government. With the adoption of LAVP and the repeal of Chapter XXVIII of the Bulgarian Code of Criminal Procedure of 1952, the administrative process is separated as independent along with the criminal and civil ones. LAVP already represents a systematic construction of substantive and procedural norms with global and developed sanctions.

Keywords:

administrative penalty, Liberation, independent administrative criminal proceedings, Law on Administrative Violations and Penalties, Bulgarian Code of Criminal Procedure, procedural norms, sanctions

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