Serious Crime and the Requirement of Respect for Human Rights in European Democracies: Proceedings, Volum 918
Council of Europe. Secretariat, International Centre of Sociological, Penal, and Penitentiary Research and Studies
Council of Europe, 1. jan. 1997 - 212 sider
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