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Анализ статистических данных о состоянии насилия в отношении женщин и детей за 9 месяцев 2011 года

г. Астана 10 октября 2011 года

Во исполнение п.4 плана мероприятий Генеральной прокуратуры РК по реализации Планов мероприятий по исполнению пункта 2 Протокола пятого заседания Межведомственной Комиссии по международному гуманитарному праву и международным договорам по правам человека от 07.11.2007 г. №5 Комитетом по правовой статистике и специальным учетам ГП РК проведен анализ статистических данных о состоянии насилия в отношении женщин и детей в стране за 9 месяцев 2011 года в сравнении с аналогичным периодом 2010 года. В международном праве под насилием над женщинами понимается любой акт, совершенный на основании полового признака, который причиняет или может причинить физический, психологический ущерб или страдания, а также угрозы совершения таких актов, как принуждение или лишение свободы. Анализ составлен на основе статистических данных отчета формы №1-М «О зарегистрированных преступлениях и результатах деятельности органов уголовного преследования» за анализируемые периоды. Акцент сделан на преступлениях, предусмотренных ст.ст. 96, 97, 103-105, 107, 120-123, 125, 126, 128, 131-133, 145, 178, 179, 181, 257, 270 Уголовного кодекса РК. Согласно статистическим данным, за 9 месяцев 2011 года органами уголовного преследования Республики Казахстан зарегистрировано 137789 преступлений, что на 38,3% больше количества зарегистрированных преступлений аналогичного периода 2010 года (99648). Состояние насильственных преступлений, совершенных в отношении женщин. Изучение статистических данных показывает, что динамика повышения уровня преступности в целом по стране отразилась аналогичной динамикой числа зарегистрированных насильственных преступлений, совершенных в отношении женщин, что представлено в диаграмме №1.…...

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