THE CONCEPT OF ABOLITION IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF THE REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA

Authors

  • Mitasin Beqiri College Biznesi, Prishtina, Kosovo

Keywords:

abolition, legal system, North Macedonia

Abstract

Defined as part of the criminal legal matter which is directly regulated by the Constitution of the Republic of Macedonia, abolition or pardon, as a legal institution has gained great popularity, intensity and controversy especially in the recent period of social and political developments in the country. our. Present on television, in daily and electronic newspapers, this institution has promoted opinions, analysis and debates. Therefore, inspired by the different views of polemicists or experts, I have decided to dedicate this master thesis and related research to this institution.
In the introduction of the topic, as an important basis for further research will be presented the definition of the notion of abolitionist in the Republic of Macedonia as well as the division of specific terminology (which will then help us for the analysis), while regarding declaration of relations or differences between the legal institution of pardon abolition in relation to the legal institution of amnesty.
In any case, the introduction will serve as a basis on which the results obtained from the research will later be built on as an aid in defining and implementing the same. In summary, abolition (pardon) will be studied as an administrative act which annuls or transforms the "functional" identity of the court decision, its legal effect or at least its basic legal effect (ie that which has to do with the criminal sanction ), so it is presented as a power over the court, and sometimes even over the law, so this fully justifies the effort to elaborate and analyze the implementation of this institution.

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Published

2020-12-16

How to Cite

Beqiri, M. (2020). THE CONCEPT OF ABOLITION IN THE LEGAL SYSTEM OF THE REPUBLIC OF NORTH MACEDONIA. KNOWLEDGE - International Journal, 43(5), 1083–1087. Retrieved from https://ikm.mk/ojs/index.php/kij/article/view/469