|Compilers:||Martina Jánošíková - Dominika Marčoková Becková|
|Year of publication:||2023|
|Document type:||Proceedings of scientific works|
|Number of pages:||278|
|Note:||Publikácia vznikla v rámci riešenia projektu podporeného Agentúrou na podporu výskumu a vývoja č. APVV-18-0421 Európska prokuratúra v súradniciach ústavného poriadku Slovenskej republiky ako posilnenie európskej integrácie prostredníctvom práva.|
|Licencia:||Creative Commons BY NC (Uveďte autora - Nepoužívajte komerčne)|
The peer-reviewed Proceeding of Scientific Papers is dedicated to the issue of the European Public Prosecutor's Office and is the result of a scientific project APVV-18-0421 European Public Prosecutor's Office in Connections of the Constitutional Order of the Slovak Republic as Strengthening of the European Integration through Law. In their works, the authors of scientific papers, dealt with the issue of the European Public Prosecutor's Office in the context of European Union law and criminal law, as well as the relation of the European Public Prosecutor's Office with the national prosecutor's office and law enforcement authorities. The scientific works published in the proceeding dealt with the topics of the reasons for the establishment of the European Public Prosecutor's Office, the position of the European Public Prosecutor's Office in the institutional system of the EU and the Slovak Republic, relations of cooperation and coordination between the European Public Prosecutor's Office and the Public Prosecutor's Office of the Slovak Republic, the protection of the constitutionality and legality of the procedures and decisions of the European Public Prosecutor's Office, with special attention to the protection of fundamental rights, as well as the first result and evaluation of the operation of the European Public Prosecutor's Office in the Slovak Republic. Thanks to the content of scientific papers, the reader can get a more comprehensive idea of this new body of the European Union, which operates in an area traditionally associated with state sovereignty and represents another step forward in the integration processes represented by the European Union.