PROVISIONS OF THE CRIME OF BRIBERY IN THE PRIVATE SECTOR (A COMPARATIVE STUDY)
Journal of college of Law for Legal and Political Sciences,
2021, Volume 10, Issue issue 39 part 2, Pages 26-55
AbstractAfter the expansion of the private sector’s circle of work in economic life and the state’s trend towards the policy of economic privatization, the private sector has become an indispensable partner in building societies. And in order to avoid the transfer of the crime of bribery to the sector, we have to face it with this our research and knowing of the ability of application of bribery and general provisions contained in The Iraqi Penal Code No. 111 of 1969 amended on the private sector. And the international legislator has emphasized treating the crime of bribery in the private sector, which was confirmed by the 2003 United Nations Convention for anti-corruption , which Iraq ratified in 2007, as well as the Arab Convention for anti-corruption of 2010, which entered into force in 2013, with the offer that Iraq has not amended its penal law in accordance with the provisions of this convention despite the material of a crime Bribery and the consequent intent to exploit profession or the craft. And service or work in the private sector are not much different from the provisions of liability for the crime of bribery in the public sector.
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