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CRIMES AGAINST PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Luca Troyer and Geraldina Bagliani followed the main proceedings of the “Tangentopoli” scandal, which began in 1992.

From that moment on, several laws reformed the crimes against Public Administration, better determining both the acts that may be considered as a Crime and the definition of “Public Officer” and “Person in charge of a Public Sevice”. Moreover the criminal sanctions were broadened, encompassing also the protection of economical funds distributed by EU entities. Among the most common crimes: embezzlement, graft, corruption, power abuses and the so-called disturb to a public auction, provided by art. 314,317,318, 319, 323 e 353 of the Criminal Code.