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:: Volume 10, Issue 35 (10-2023) ::
qjal 2023, 10(35): 211-234 Back to browse issues page
Supporting Whistle-blowing and Reporting Corruption in Iran's Legal Structure
Hadi Valipour * , Mohebali Moheb alrahman
Abstract:   (295 Views)
Successful countries in the fight against corruption have provided cultural and legal grounds for public supervision by passing laws regarding the protection of corruption whistleblowers. This is associated with structural, legal and cultural challenges in Iran, and the current research seeks to answer the question of how to support corruption reporters in Iran and what challenges it faces and the way out of this challenge. What is based on jurisprudence and legal principles? The findings of the research using a library method and relying on jurisprudential sources, showed that Iran, in addition to having incoherent and incomplete legal materials in support of corruption reporters, also has inappropriate literature and culture in this field. Another challenge in this field is the large number of people in charge of receiving corruption reports. The support-motivation measures of whistle-blowing and corruption reporting are weak because the identity of these persons does not have the necessary confidentiality and these persons are not required to be protected against the retaliatory measures of the corrupt. The incentive system is also very limited and without identifying the source of credit. Therefore, it is appropriate to take a new approach to the culture and literature of corruption reporting by taking into account the jurisprudential sources, and while coordinating those in charge of receiving corruption reports, support-motivational measures such as: confidentiality of identity and information, prevention of retaliatory measures and compensation and system To improve the encouragement and reduce the inflation and proliferation of laws in this field.
Keywords: Corruption Reporter, Whistling, Corruption, Public Oversight, Support
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
1. Yomint (2010). Corruption: Causes, consequences and treatment, (Translated by: Alavi Langroudi, S.H). Banking and Economics Journal, 4 (119), 30-34 (in Persian).
2. Act on the Protection of Public Interest Whistleblowers, Act No. 10472, Mar. 29, 2011 (Korea ACA)
3. Protected Disclosures Act 2000
4. Protected Disclosures Act 2014 (Irish PDA)
5. Public Interest Disclosure Act 2013 (Aus. PIDA)
6. Public Interest Disclosure Act 1998 (UK PIDA)
7. The Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Act (2006) (Canada PIDA)
8. Whistleblower Protection Act (Act No. 122 of 2004) (Japan WPA)
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valipour H, moheb alrahman M. Supporting Whistle-blowing and Reporting Corruption in Iran's Legal Structure. qjal 2023; 10 (35) :211-234
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