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International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Corruption Eradication In The Perspective Of Criminology

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La Niasa, H.M. Said Karim, Andi Sofyan, Syamsuddin Muchtar



Criminal Law, Corruption, Criminology



This research aimed to find out the substance of corruption as an extraordinary crime and the efforts that can be taken in eradicate corruption. This research is in the field of criminal law. This study is a normative-empirical research; a legal research that its study is statutory provisions (in abstracto) is linked with the field application (in concreto). The results of research showed that: 1) the substance of corruption is an evil act or reprehensible by law qualified or labeled as a form of corruption. Acts of corruption assessed as an extraordinary crime because of its systematic and wide-ranging impact, and contrary to the interests of the country in general. 2) the arrangement of corruption involves two major aspects of prevention and prosecution aspects. Establishment of legislation was based by desire to bring state enforcement are clean and free from corruption as a policy basis. 3) Efforts to eradicate corruption can be divided into two, i.e prevention, and curative. Prevention undertaken by government and law enforcement agencies is still low, so it needs to be further improved. Criminal sanctions imposed on the corruptor, also tend to just apply the minimum criminal sanctions. Types of corruption are most prevalent in Southeast Sulawesi, Indonesia is corruption related to acts of abuse of authority or position.



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