Danubius International Conferences, 7th International Conference on European Integration - Realities and Perspectives

Respecting Human Rights during the Execution of the European Arrest Warrant

Ion Rusu
Last modified: 2012-04-01


In this paper we examine a topic in the field of European law, which is of particular interest, being always a novel subject, that is the protection and human rights within the complex activity of executing the European arrest warrant by the judicial authorities of each Member State.

The paper continues previous research materialized in some in studies and articles published in national or international specialized journals or proceedings.

The examination of the European arrest warrant institution, has led to some conclusions, which ultimately need to certify the completion of some provisions, notably the ones regarding the mutual recognition and increase of efficiency.

The work can be useful both for practitioners and theorists in the field, the essential contribution consisting of the examination and the expressed critical opinions, which may lead to the amendment and completion of the European legislative act.