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The judicial settlement of the consular activity in international public law

Author: Jana Maftei
Degree:doctor of law
Speciality: 12.00.10 - International Public Law
Scientific adviser: Alexandru Burian
doctor habilitat, professor, Institute of History of the ASM
Scientific council:


The thesis was presented on the 15 January, 2005
Approved by NCAA on the 21 April, 2005


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In the PhD thesis there is analysed in a complex way the issue of the consular activity development regarding the changes which have taken place in the contemporary world throughout the last decades.

The author has aimed at analyzing and synthesizing the consular practice in several countries, taking into consideration the basic element of this activity: the protection of rights and interests of the citizens living abroad.

The investigation is directed to bringing, to the extent of possibilities, a contribution to the concept regarding the consular activity of the new independent states, according to the times demands, to the progressive aspirations of mankind and the present realities.

The paper is topical due to the development of the consular law in Moldavia Republic and Romania. The inaccuracies in legislation, the confrontations among the state power branches, the inefficient activity of some state institutions qualified in the field of foreign relations are also explained due to the fact that up to the present this science has not received clear images which could explain from a scientific point of view the methodology and mechanism of the elaboration and promotion of the state foreign politics in the field of protecting the interests and rights of the natural persons and legal entities living abroad.

The paper may be considered topical also due to its approaching the didactic and scientific framework from Moldavia Republic and Romania. It is meant to bring a contribution to the field also, eliminating the “blanks“ from the training system of the future Moldavian and Romanian consular office holders.

The theoretical and scientific aspect of this paper can be useful, not only for the consular office holders practice, but also for the public civil servants of the state highest bodies, of ministeries and departments and it could contribute to new research and investigations in the consular and diplomatic law field.