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مسؤولية الدولة المحتلة في ظل المواثيق الدولية وقواعد وأحكام القانون والقضاء الجنائيين الدوليين.

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dc.contributor.author زعبال, محمد
dc.contributor.author طاشور, عبد الحفيظ
dc.date.accessioned 2022-05-23T09:49:02Z
dc.date.available 2022-05-23T09:49:02Z
dc.date.issued 2019-07-04
dc.identifier.uri http://depot.umc.edu.dz/handle/123456789/1935
dc.description.abstract The military occupation is one the most important and dangerous acts in the International community due to its impacts on its parties in particular and on the international community in general. One of the most prominent of these impacts is probably the international responsibility of the occupying country, especially if it was a belligerent occupation; in other words, when the occupation becomes a military act from a country toward another; which may result in the defeat of one of them and the partial or total occupation of its territory. The international community has sought to implement clear legal regulations that would organize the occupation in general and the belligerent occupation in particular given the characteristics and effects of the latter. The belligerent occupation was regulated by the International Humanitarian Law regulations, which purpose was to organize this act from beginning to end. In return, any breach of the international law regulations generally leads to a debate in order to establish an international responsibility, which grows on the occasion of belligerent occupations given that the latter is a real fact but it is legally disapproved. The images of this international responsibility are reflected in any violation of the international instruments related to the human life and environment, which creates a debate in order to compensate all damages, resulted from this occupation, whether they were during or after it. The development of some countries in parallel with the development of the international community had an impact on the international law regulations in general and the humanitarian regulations in particular, which imposed responsibility on the occupying country, whether it was a responsibility on the acts of military and civil occupation authorities or on the status of this occupation with this adaptation, which imposes in first degree on the occupying country to provide security in the occupied territory and to take liability of negligence , especially after the establishment of the penal responsibility for the agents of the occupying authority in the occupied territory and the civil responsibility as well; which are the result of the international responsibility of the occupying country; including the protection of civilian properties in the occupied territory.
dc.language.iso ar
dc.publisher Université Frères Mentouri - Constantine 1
dc.subject القانون العام:القانون والقضاء الجنائيين الدوليين
dc.subject الاحتلال الحربي
dc.subject المسؤولية الدولية
dc.subject القانون الدولي الانساني
dc.subject القانون الدولي
dc.subject المسؤولية الجنائية
dc.subject الأعيان المدنية
dc.subject الإقليم
dc.subject The military
dc.subject occupation
dc.subject International responsibility
dc.subject International humanitarian low
dc.subject The international low
dc.subject The penal responsibility
dc.subject Civilian properties
dc.subject Territory
dc.subject L’occupation militaire
dc.subject La responsabilité international
dc.subject Le droit international humanitaire
dc.subject Le droit international
dc.subject La responsabilité pénal
dc.subject Les biens civil
dc.subject Le territoire
dc.title مسؤولية الدولة المحتلة في ظل المواثيق الدولية وقواعد وأحكام القانون والقضاء الجنائيين الدوليين.
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