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International Anti-corruption Guidelines For Comparative Study Of China's Anti-corruption Legislation

Posted on:2009-03-10Degree:MasterType:Thesis
Country:ChinaCandidate:H QinFull Text:PDF
GTID:2206360272956039Subject:International relations
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Nowadays, the corruption crime, which is called "the gray plague", is hard to get evidence because of its high enshrouding, high intelligence and wide association. It threatens national stability, undermines social justice and severely endangers social tranquility and sustainable development. Therefore, it is the universal view of the international community that it is important to make relatively universally recognized norms of international relations and laws to improve the capability of fighting against corruption. So the basic principle is set up on the field of anti-corruption by the international community. While adhering to the principle of suiting legislation to its national and conditions, China also lays stress on bringing it into line with the international treaties and agreements that China has acceded to, so as to make China's anti-corruption laws consistent in content with international legal norms and practices.Beginning with the development of the international norm on anti-corruption and the crime of corruption, the article illustrates the background, significance and the contents of the normal, which is based on the systematic summary of the international legislations before the formulation of the convention. In the following parts, the article puts emphasis on comparing the Criminal Law and the Criminal procedure Law with the Convention to highlight the differences. On the basis of such analysis, the dissertation puts forward the modification suggestions, which would be beneficial to perfect the legislation field of anti-corruption.
Keywords/Search Tags:Corruption, norm of anti-corruption, UN's Convention on Anti-corruption, Criminal Law, Criminal procedure
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