International-legal regulation as a determinant for measures and procedures of the compentent state authorities towards diplomatic-consular representatives
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In this paper, the rights and obligations of states under the 1961 Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and diplomatic immunity are commented on, as well as that the state must respect them and provide additional protection and assurance to diplomats and their missions; the following heading discusses whether diplomats abuse their privileged position, including examples of how the most frequent abuses are committed, and that diplomats have a duty to obey the laws of the receiving state; and finally, dominantly, we discuss how the whole state can respond to the Convention and the laws through the diverse practice of the competent authorities, along with the examples. The methodological approach in this paper is based on the analysis of the content of international-legal documents, and the analysis of the content of scientific material (textbooks, monographs, studies, PhD and master’s theses, books of proceedings, journals, exercise books).
Keywords:diplomatic-consular right / diplomatic immunity / national safety / measures and procedures of state authorities
Source:NBP : Journal of criminalistics and law = Žurnal za kriminalistiku i pravo, 2019, 24, 3, 73-86
- Belgrade : University of Criminal Investigation and Police Studies
- Beograd : Kriminalističko-policijski univerzitet