A COMPARATIVE PRESENTATION OF THE CRIMINAL OFFENCE OF CORRUPTION IN THE ROMANIAN CRIMINAL CODE AND THE HUNGARIAN CRIMINAL CODE

Alina Florentina Hoblea (Bradea)

Abstract


As a reverberation of the motto “Whoever has power, is tempted to abuse it”[1], the term “corruption” is often used nowadays in Romania and not only, corruption being the abusive use of the power granted, whether in the public sector or the private one, in order to satisfy personal or group interests, and the fight against this phenomenon is a prerequisite for proving the existence of a healthy rule of the law and of a good government.


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Drept Penal, Partea Generală. Partea Specială (Criminal Law. The General Part. The Special Part), Mihail Udroiu, Ed. 4 (4th edition), Editura C.H. Beck (C.H. Beck Publishing House);

Elemente de noutate in reglementarea infractiunii de coruptie (Elements of Novelty in te Regulation of the Criminal Offence of Corruption), Gabriel Caian, judge, Judecatoria Craiova (Craiova Court of Law), Romania;

Revista Forumul Judecatorilor Romania (The Romanian Judges Forum Review);

Transparency International Romania, Corupţia în codul penal (Corruption in the criminal code);

Transparency International Hungary;

wikipedia.org;

Romanian Criminal Code;

Hungarian Criminal Code.


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