Approves The Convention On Cybercrime, Adopted In Budapest On 23 November 2001

Original Language Title: Aprova a Convenção sobre o Cibercrime, adoptada em Budapeste, em 23 de Novembro de 2001

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132/X/4 th Š of U.S. PRESIDENCY COUNCIL of MINISTERS motion for a resolution paragraph ° 132/X/4 th considering the inexistà of a complete instrument jurà dico domestic heritage international cybercrime; Considering the need to harmonise the various legislation µ s national crimes in them; Considering the urgà of fitness is investigation of cybercrime; Looking for facilitating international cooperation and facilitate research µ; Considering the strategy already enshrined in other international physicians jurà instruments already exist, in particular the Convention for the protection of human rights and fundamental freedoms of the Council of Europe (1950), the International Covenant on Civil rights and Poland ticos of Nations µ United Nations (1966), as well as by other international treaties applicable in matter of human rights , which reaffirm the right to freedom of opinion without ingerÃ, the right to freedom of expression, including the freedom to seek, receive and impart information and ideas of any µ nature, irrespective of borders, as well as the right to respect for private life; Following the line set by the Convention of the Council of Europe for the protection of individuals with regard to automatic processing of data of character Personal resolutions, signed in 1981, the Convention of the nation µ United Nations on the rights of the child, signed in 1989, and the Convention of the International Organization of work on the worst forms of child labour signed in 1999;

Taking into consideration the µ s Convention of the Council of Europe on cooperation in criminal matter, as well as other similar treaties concluded between Member States of the Council of Europe and other States;

Š U.S. PRESIDENCY of COUNCIL of MINISTERS motion for a resolution paragraph ° 132/X/4 th So: according to the nea d) also no ° article 197 1. º of the Constitution, the Government offers is the Assembly of the Republic the following proposal for resolution: Article 1. º OK Approves the Convention on Cybercrime , adopted in Budapest on 23 November 2001, the text of which, in the authenticated version in wool English language, as well as their translation to the Portuguese language wool, if published in the annex. Article 2.  º Recently at the time of the ratificaà of the Convention on Cybercrime, adopted in Budapest, 23 November 2001, the Portuguese Republic formulates the following reservation to article 24. ° ° 5, n.: â € œ Portugal does not concederà the extradià of people: a) which must be judged by a Court of other or doing decreed by a Court of this kind; b) When proven that are subject to a process that does not jurà guarantees a tips procedure that respects the µ s conditions essential to be internationally recognised as is the protection of human rights, or which meet the time in µ s inhumane conditions; c) When claimed by infringement of the corresponding penalty or security measure with perpetual nature character.

Š U.S. PRESIDENCY of COUNCIL of MINISTERS motion for a resolution paragraph ° 132/X/4 th Portugal are ³ admits to extradià by punctures crime with deprivation of liberty of more than one year. Portugal does not concederà the extradià of Portuguese citizens. There is extradià in Portugal for crimes to which matches the death penalty according to the law of the requesting State. Portugal are ³ authorizes the transit in territory by national river ³ person found in µ s condition in which the extradià can be granted.

Seen and approved by the Council of Ministers of 5 March 2009 the Prime Minister, the Minister of State and business cios Foreign Minister ³ U.s. Presidency of the Minister for Parliamentary Affairs