The Administrative Approach in Italy

Francesco Calderoni, Fiammetta Di Stefano

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Italy has developed a complex antimafia legal framework in its struggle against mafia-type associations. Antimafia legislation entered into force in the 1950s as an instrument for tackling the dangerous infiltration of the public system – corruption, for example. The first explicitly antimafia law was adopted in 1965. Its main feature was to ban persons either suspected or convicted of being members of organized crime groups from entering into contracts with public administrations.
Lingua originaleEnglish
Titolo della pubblicazione ospiteAdministrative measures to prevent and tackle crime: Legal possibilities and practical application in EU Member States
EditorAntonius Spapens, Maaike Peters, Dirk Van Daele
Numero di pagine26
Stato di pubblicazionePubblicato - 2015


  • Administrative measures
  • Legislation
  • Organized crime
  • Prevention


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