“The Fight against Corruption in the Reticular Legality: The Multilevel Criminal System” within the Module Section EU-Western Balkans Cooperation in Judicial and Police Matters Corruption Crimes and Cooperation between Police and Judicial Authorities at International, European and National Level – 8 May 2020
Proff. Teresa Russo, Anna Oriolo e Gaspare Dalia, EUWEB Key Staff Members expressed their satisfaction for the success of today training course.
After the opening addresses of the Rector, Prof. Vincenzo Loia, the Director of the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of University of Salerno, Prof. Giovanni Sciancalepore, and the President of the Didactic Council of the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of University of Salerno, Prof. Francesco Fasolino, the Key Staff Members introduced the main subject of the event, scheduled in two different sessions concerning, respectively, the newest criminal forms of illegal ‘funding’ in commercial companies and the control over the phenomenon of corruption in domestic and international law.
Specifically, the first session focussed on the rising forms of ‘toxic surety’, both in administrative area (inside the procurements’ system as an investment tool for organized crime) thanks to the contribution of Sebastiano Barbato, Colonel of Salerno Finance Guard, and, in banking sector, thanks to the contribution of Giuseppe Fauceglia, full Professor of Commercial Law at the Department of Legal Sciences (School of Law) of University of Salerno. Then, Luigi Foffani, full Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia and Member of the Expert Group on European Criminal Policy of the European Commission critically analysed bribery among private as an “indicative crime”.
The second session has been dedicated to the fight against corruption, outlining the investigative profile and the role of double incrimination in the control of international corruption, thanks to the contribution of Filippo Spiezia, Judge – Member for Italy and Vice-president of EUROJUST, and the role of the diplomacy and international obligations through the reflections of Giovanni Tartaglia Polcini, Public Prosecutor and legal Consultant at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The conference has been ended by Massimo Panebianco, Emeritus of International Law at University of Salerno.
The event was open to the participation of students from the Specialization School of Legal Professions and the Master of Commercial Law.
For the contents of the lectures, see the section The Module/Didactic Materials on our home page.