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What to do when you are involved in an incident of corruption ?

What do you do if you are involved in an incident of corruption?

Are you lured into corruption? There is hope. According to Article 43, pardon is possible for perpetrators who report an agreement to commit a crime of corruption. The report can be sent to NAZAHA, Public Prosecution, or other competent bodies. Pardon is also possible if the report leads the authorities to capturing those involved before the crime is committed. The pardon can be either obligatory by the force of law, or permissive by the court. Details are below:

First: Obligatory pardon conditions:

  1. The perpetrator has to report the criminal agreement to NAZAHA, Public Prosecution, or the other competent bodies.
  2. The report has to identify the participants in the crime.
  3. The perpetrator has to report the incident before its commencement.

Second: Permissive pardon conditions:

It is when the report is submitted after the crime has been committed and before the beginning of the investigation, on the condition that the perpetrator—even during the investigation—enables the authorities to:

  1. Capture the other crime committers.
  2. Seize the money related to the crime.
  3. Capture those who committed other crimes similar in nature and danger.