Kisiliuk Eduard. Origin, Emergence, Formation, Development, And Current State Of Organized Crime In Ukraine
Submitted on: Jun 05, 2023, 04:42:26
Social Sciences / Law / Common law and equity
Description: The Criminal Code (hereinafter CC) of the Ukrainian SSR (§2, Art.41) only once provided for a crime committed by an organized group as an aggravating circumstance in any crime till 1989 . At the close of 80-s and in 90-s especially the country faced a fast-growing and serious challenge from organized crime that caused a classifying circumstance - a commission by an organized criminal group (hereinafter OCG) amended in 20 articles, the Special Part, CC. Regulations, Session of the Supreme Court and Methodical Instructions, the Ministry of Interior did not give an appropriate definition of OCG. As a result law enforcement and, first of all, the Ministry of Interior agencies did not have strict legislative acts to define OCG from traditional groups of criminals. All the cited above could not but adversely affect the struggle against organized crime. According to the statistical data for 1991-2023, annual Reports on combating organized criminal groups, the Ministry of Interior the status of organized crime is as follows.
The Library of Congress (USA) reference page : http://lccn.loc.gov/cn2013300046.
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