Modeling the Subject of a Corruption Offense in the Quasi-Public and Private Sectors
Keywords:corruption, anti-corruption policy, private sector, subject of a corruption offense, corruption perception index, commercial bribery, bribery
Objective: The objective of this research is to review in detail the criminal aspects of corruption crimes, analyzing recommendations and proposals to improve the fight against criminal law against corruption crimes.
Theoretical framework: Theoretical materials were based on international scientific publications, reports, scientific papers. And also for a more complete and objective presentation of the problem under study, practical materials of criminal cases were used.
Method: It is a dialectical method of learning the general patterns of manifestation of corruption in its various manifestations. The method of analysis showed that despite the identity of the sanctions of the articles on liability for corruption crimes and crimes against the interests of the service.
Results and conclusion: The concept of the subject of crimes of Criminal offenses against the interests of service in commercial and other organizations is disclosed by article 3 of the Criminal Code, from the interpretation of which it follows that a person in a commercial organization who does not perform managerial functions cannot be the subject of a crime in the private sector.
Originality/value: The value of scientific analysis carried out to determine the subject of a crime of corruption has as its value to analyze the expression of this factor in quasi-public and private sectors, to determine signs and expressive facts, to identify problematic aspects and to identify the aspects that should be improved and graduated, to make modifications in the strategically established tasks and in the legislative base.
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