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Research On The Criminal Regulation Of Acts Of Unlawful Interference In The Field Of Civil Aviation

Posted on:2016-11-11Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:Z Q WangFull Text:PDF
GTID:2336330503488321Subject:Criminal Law
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As the key working object of aviation security, acts of unlawful interference have been paid much attention by the international world since first officially put forward in 1960 s. From Tokyo convention 1963 to Beijing convention 2010, regulation of unlawful acts steps forward gradually with the modernization of conventions on the international civil aviation security. Compared with some developed countries, China's civil aviation industry starts late and relevant legal system cannot meet the current demand, making the criminal regulation on acts of unlawful interference disorganized and lacking systematic.Along with the “new and emerging threats” against civil aviation, China's air defense confront with much severer challenges on civil aviation security. Specifically, there are several problems existing in Criminal regulations on unlawful acts, such as linking up with the international convention, demarcation with related administrative law on specific issues and setting of some penalty. Therefore, it is necessary to revise the criminal legal system to improve its ability on the regulations of unlawful acts. Based on the Lenient and Severe Criminal Policy, it needs to clarify the international conventions' status in our country's legal system, enrich the legal resources on unlawful acts, coordinate the conversion of conventions in criminal law, amend the constitutive elements of relate crimes concerning unlawful acts and facilitate cooperation of the criminal legislative and judicial practice. These measures can further strengthen the criminal regulations on unlawful acts and guarantee the safe and healthy development of civil aviation industry accordingly.
Keywords/Search Tags:Acts of unlawful interference, international conventions on civil aviation security, Lenient and Severe Criminal Policy
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