The Social Sciences

Year: 2016
Volume: 11
Issue: 9
Page No. 2285 - 2289

About Coercion and Encouragement in the Criminal Legislatio of the Republic of Kazakhstan

Authors : Talgat K. Akimzhanov, Balgyn A. Torgautova, Tatyana I. Zinkevich, Victoria V. Lyutsik, Zhanar M. Chokin and Marina V. Chokina

Abstract: This research is considered the measures on humanization of criminal and legal policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan where their realization will allow to reduce an application of coercion in the criminal legislation and the process of involvement of citizens to the sphere of criminal legal relations will be minimized by the offered way. The problem of incentive norms in criminal law, concessions from the state in favor of guilty or so-called “compromises” in the sphere of criminal and legal policy was a subject of independent research by scientists of other states; however, the Kazakh jurisprudence practically wasn’t investigated the given matters independently. Art of law enforcement system consists in providing equivalence of coercive and incentive measures of impact on offenders.

How to cite this article:

Talgat K. Akimzhanov, Balgyn A. Torgautova, Tatyana I. Zinkevich, Victoria V. Lyutsik, Zhanar M. Chokin and Marina V. Chokina, 2016. About Coercion and Encouragement in the Criminal Legislatio of the Republic of Kazakhstan. The Social Sciences, 11: 2285-2289.

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