A Deliberation on the Health-Related Dangers of Using Smuggled Goods
Smuggling has different connotations and meaning in the laws of different countries. Experts in different fields such as economics, sociology, law, etc., each define smuggling from their points of view. However, the common denomination among all these experts is that they all look at smuggling as something illegal. It is a fair assumption to think that every government wants to stop illegal activities. As a result what is considered to be illegal will become the target of the government to fight against. Consequently, what smugglers do has to be done in hiding and away from the governments’ watchful eyes. Based on the definition that we have about what smuggled goods means in our country (Iran), the origin and the destination of smuggled goods are out of the borders and before getting into the hands of the consumers, they go through different stages of loading, unloading, storage and transportation. Since these whole processes have to take place in hiding and away from the watchful eyes of legal authorities, the conditions are not appropriate. As a result, even if the goods are produced properly, they will spoil during transportation. The lack of quality control of the smuggled goods, forging and dishonest methods of packaging and dating them are some of factors that cause smugglers to offer goods that have no quality. Goods or commodities that are taboo, haram and irreligious to be consumed and are therefore smuggled into the country, their harm will be twice as much when they are made inappropriately.
دو فصلنامه بررسی های حقوقی (مجله تخصصی حقوق اقتصادی), Volume:3 Issue:5, 2015
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