To harmonize the achievement of criminal liability for moral persons and persons enjoying immunity between Iraqi legislation and the United Nations Convention against Corruption
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2022, Volume 11, Issue issue 40 part 1, Pages 273-301
AbstractThe personal morale and the privileged figures have become a reality in our modern world, and we are not exaggerating, as we have said that they occupy the top rank in the institutions of society. Therefore, criminal legislation has tended to recognize the responsibility of these personalities, which varied between civil, disciplinary and criminal responsibility. As these characters have become engaged in activities and activity no less dangerous than the activities practiced by ordinary individuals, we note the acceleration of national legislation and international conferences in the legalization of the work of those characters and to ensure that it performs its work according to what is useful and useful to the communities, The international conventions that focused on the responsibility of moral persons and persons enjoying immunity of any kind are the United Nations Convention against Corruption. Through our study, we will highlight the compatibility of Iraqi Legislation The provisions of the Convention in achieving the criminal responsibility of those people.
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