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qjal 2022, 9(29): 219-243 Back to browse issues page
Analysis of jurisprudential principles of the legitimacy of preventive measures to reduce corruption) Lincoln Law 1863(
Mohammadreza Keykha *, Mostafa Keykha
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Public oversight capacity to detect, reduce and prevent administrative violations is one of the tools in the fight against organized corruptionThe so-called "Lincoln Law" or the "False Claims Law" of 1863 has provided a successful experience in combating corruption by providing a supportive and encouraging platform. However, the recent parliamentary resolutions to whistle have been a precautionary look at the situation But we seek to explain the social nature of prevention in this law, a strategy that requires the government to actively involve citizens and activists and non-governmental organizations in participation. But the question that arises is, can this law have a religious basis? This research, which has been done by descriptive-analytical method, shows that the generalities of this law deal with the structures of traditional jurisprudence and Quranic and narrative evidences such as verses and narrations of commanding the good and forbidding the evil, as well as jurisprudential rules denying the mustache and maintaining expediency and respect. The property of the people corresponds Therefore, a legitimate hospital can be effective by relying on experts and supervising the results of global experiences and facilitating the relationship between the people and the government within the framework of upstream laws and documents in order to identify and reduce corruption and even prevention. Jurisprudential principles also confirm the legitimacy of allocating part of the treasury to encourage the return of looted funds from public property. And even higher, this law can create a kind of commercialization in order to prevent administrative crimes. As a result, it seems that this law, with amendments, has the ability to be the founder of an institution to combat and prevent corruption in the current situation in the country.
Keywords: Lincoln Law, Corruption, Embezzlement, Surveillance, Detection, Encouragement, Prevention
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
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keykha M, keykha M. Analysis of jurisprudential principles of the legitimacy of preventive measures to reduce corruption) Lincoln Law 1863(. qjal. 2022; 9 (29) :219-243
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