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Examining Anti-Corruption Institutional Mechanisms in Nigeria and the Siege against Public Sector Corruption

The menace of public sector corruption has become much like a forest fire during harmattan. It has become too large to be ignored and yet it has defied attempts at curtailing it. Public sector corruption in Nigeria is a major problem that has been plaguing the country for decades. It has caused immense damage to …

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Laws and Regulations on Preventing and Combating Corruption in the Private Sector in Vietnam

In this article, the author will synthesize and analyze legal regulations on preventing and combating corruption in the private sector in Vietnam. In addition, the author also mentioned the current status of the implementation of these legal regulations. From there, the author provides assessments, comments and proposes solutions to further strengthen compliance with legal regulations …

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State Crime: Exploring the Nexus between Power, Politics and Organized Criminal Networks

The article analyses crime in contemporary society, shedding light on state crime involving the criminal network. Crime is a social construct that varies from state to state, often making it difficult to determine whether the state has committed a crime against its people. As the state makes the law, it can define what is and …

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Matrimonial Agreements: Solutions to the Perennial Problem of Matrimonial Regimes in Cameroonian Law

To date, the mystery of matrimonial regimes in Cameroonian law has not been resolved. Both legislative and case law confusion remains. Legal pluralism, different forms of marriage, discriminatory pre-torque mentalities are all obstacles that seem insurmountable in a context where uniformity in family law is a provocation and harmonisation a temptation. In addition, the fate …

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A Legal Anatomy of Ethno-Religious Intolerance Ravaging Nigeria Economy

Nigeria is a country that has more than 250 ethnic groups. It has many languages and religions. The rate of ethno-religious crises in Nigeria has recently increased because of the political effect of ethnicity and religion. This is evident in the level of destruction of lives and property emanating from restiveness developing from ethnicity and …

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Extra-Ordinary Rendition And International Law: An Appraisal Of The Nigerian Perspective

This paper investigates Nigeria’s involvement in the extra-ordinary rendition process. Given that the first attempt was a failure and was carried out by a military dictatorship, there has been a great deal of worry both inside and outside the country. Since the second attempt was successful and occurred during a democratic administration, there is significant …

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Participation Of Women In Politics In Nigeria: Legal Frameworks, Challenges And Prospects

Since the beginning of recorded history, men have dominated the political landscape and the governance of Nigeria. This is not to claim that women have never before taken part in governance or politics at any level. Information reveals that there were great women in the past that ruled and dominated kingdoms but currently the statistics …

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