preordinate alla persecuzione personale

English translation: planned for the direct persecution of the person

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Italian term or phrase:preordinate alla persecuzione personale
English translation:planned for the direct persecution of the person
Entered by: LaraBarnett
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17:50 Jul 10, 2018
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Italian term or phrase: preordinate alla persecuzione personale
Non integrano gli estremi dell’azione persecutoria singoli atti riconducibili ad episodi di criminalità ordinaria, essendo invece necessario un sistema di condotte deliberatamente preordinate alla persecuzione personale e diretta del richiedente protezione, motivata dalle causali indicate.
LaraBarnett
United Kingdom
Local time: 06:47
planned for the direct persecution of the person
Explanation:
deliberately planned for the direct persecution of the person applying for protection

personal persecution, would mean you do it yourself personally and not direct the persecution on the person who is the victim.
The word "premeditated" comes to mind, but the whole sentence would need rephrasing.

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I just did a check on eur lex and persecuzione personale does not seem to be a standard legal term or it would be there. It isn't.

https://www.google.it/search?hl=it&ei=1dpFW_fLNoHPgAbl1I3gDQ...

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Not really. The term "person" is used very frequently in criminal law. "The term “crimes against the person” refers to a broad array of criminal offenses which usually involve bodily harm, the threat of bodily harm, or other actions committed against the will of an individual. Those involving bodily harm (or the threat thereof) include assault, battery, and domestic violence.
Crimes Against the Person - FindLaw
https://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/crimes-against...

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ei=rN9FW8vvNYuegAbW0JHAB...

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Note added at 16 hrs (2018-07-11 10:49:11 GMT)
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I only used "person" because "personally" changed the meaning, but I think you need "person".
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James (Jim) Davis
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s. below
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preordinate alla persecuzione personale e diretta
planned for the direct persecution of the person


Explanation:
deliberately planned for the direct persecution of the person applying for protection

personal persecution, would mean you do it yourself personally and not direct the persecution on the person who is the victim.
The word "premeditated" comes to mind, but the whole sentence would need rephrasing.

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Note added at 16 hrs (2018-07-11 10:26:33 GMT)
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I just did a check on eur lex and persecuzione personale does not seem to be a standard legal term or it would be there. It isn't.

https://www.google.it/search?hl=it&ei=1dpFW_fLNoHPgAbl1I3gDQ...

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Note added at 16 hrs (2018-07-11 10:47:47 GMT)
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Not really. The term "person" is used very frequently in criminal law. "The term “crimes against the person” refers to a broad array of criminal offenses which usually involve bodily harm, the threat of bodily harm, or other actions committed against the will of an individual. Those involving bodily harm (or the threat thereof) include assault, battery, and domestic violence.
Crimes Against the Person - FindLaw
https://criminal.findlaw.com/criminal-charges/crimes-against...

https://www.google.com/search?hl=en&ei=rN9FW8vvNYuegAbW0JHAB...

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Note added at 16 hrs (2018-07-11 10:49:11 GMT)
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I only used "person" because "personally" changed the meaning, but I think you need "person".

James (Jim) Davis
Seychelles
Local time: 09:47
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish
PRO pts in category: 299
Notes to answerer
Asker: So how is the person made a victim if you do not direct the persecution at them?

Asker: Sorry - ignore my question, I get it now.

Asker: I have put "individual and direct persecution" - do you think that would work?

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Reference: s. below

Reference information:
The following behaviours are considered to be unacceptable. Notably:

**Harassment** and intimidation, including any verbal, written, or physical **conduct designed to** threaten, intimidate, or coerce another delegate, conference organizers, or staff;

https://www.easp.eu/events/coc/

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