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Smuggling – the Evolving Process of Securing Legal Responsibility

Student: Tatyana Kotova

Supervisor: Sergei Murzakov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Final Grade: 8

Year of Graduation: 2016

The Project offers the evolvement of Russian criminal legislation on smuggling. The author dwells on the changes that have affected the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation (CCRF). Listed in the paper are theoretical basis of the study, that is the notion of smuggling before and after changes in the CCRF. The author expounds the provisions of Article 188 of the CCRF, which were applicable prior to the entry of Federal law No 420 into force. Then explaining the Article of the CCRF, which appeared after changes to the CCRF in 2011, the author also analyses different viewpoints on the issue of changing the criminal law in cases of smuggling. The project also are discusses the various legislative acts adopted both on the national and international levels. This is due to accession of Russia to the European Economic Community, as it led to strengthening the control of economic crimes.

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