specialty journal of politics and law
Legal Solutions for Prevention from Corruption in Governmental Transactions
Alireza Salman Kordi, Masoud Bitaneh
Governmental transactions in its specific sense only include the contracts which are of financial aspect and take place in two forms of auction and tender. These transactions follow the private law norms and if a dispute occurs in this regard, the public courts can investigate it. Governmental transactions represent the process of supply of the goods and public services towards the governments for the private sector. One of the issues which can be raised in this regard in a global scale is that of the health of governmental transactions which means the use of public resources for public purposes. Governmental transactions can serve as a significant vehicle for administrative-economic corruptions; corruption in governmental transactions is among the corruptions that can be legitimized under the guise of transactions and for this reason dealing with corruption in this sector is hard. In the rpresent article, we study the legal solutions for prevention from the corruption in governmental transactions as well as the supervisory tools and the solutions for promotion of health of governmental transatctions.