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date: 16 April 2024

Ius puniendi  yūs pūnē‐ān´dē .  jus pyūnē‐en´dī . n. 

Source:
Guide to Latin in International Law
Author(s):

Aaron X. Fellmeth,

Maurice Horwitz

“Right to punish.”The state’s right to punish criminal offenses pursuant to its laws within the limits of the international law respecting jurisdiction and human rights.... ...

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