Iran's Accession to the Convention against Corruption (UNCAC) in the Sphere of Bribery in Interaction ith Jurisprudence
Iran’s accession to the United Nations Convention against Corruption (UNCAC), due to the spread of the perpetrators from public to private sector, and criminalizing obtain of benefits from bribery, is one of the issues which would affect and change national law, now facing legal shortages. For this change, in addition to necessities, it is required to pay attention to the actual message of the traditions and to reread them to find new jurisprudential opinions. Current jurisprudence does not regard social matters and only considers bribery -in some opinions- as a payment for judgement, and the payed bribe to belong to the briber, these are the issues which could challenge the influence of requirements of accession to the said Convention of domestic law.
This paper, discussing the convention, national law and current jurisprudence, explores these challenges and comes to the conclusion that rereading the documentations of some jurisprudential opinions, could lead to changes in national law according the convention, while adhering to jurisprudence.
نشریه فقه و اجتهاد, Volume:1 Issue:2, 2015
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