International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)
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Research Paper | Arts and Humanities | Somalia | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022

Corruption on Justice and Security Sectors, Cause and Consequence

Omar Abdi Mohamed Qasaye [15] | Dr. Abdirhaman Omar Abdi

Abstract: The purposes of this article was to investigate how corruption are common to both justice and security system, or even originate from the connections between the security and judicial sectors and to provide a framework of the relationship between the two, despite the fact that some of their causes and consequence are unique to the institutions that make up those sectors. Lack of control and transparency, insufficient punishments, and personnel-related concerns are some of the factors that both share. Political interference in judicial systems, bad financial management, and national security concerns in the structure are just a few examples of causes that are peculiar to certain industries. In my judgment, Corruption is hypocriticalbad conduct and considered as evil by a person in position of authority, the question is how did corruption happen? It happen not only in the security and justice sectors of society but also in business, governments, the courts, the media, and civil society, as well as in all other sectors from infrastructure and sports to health and education, additional to Corrupt behavior includes bribery, accepting bribes or inappropriate gifts, attractive in underhanded business practices, interfering in elections, diverting funds, money laundering, and deceiving investors. And in my belief, corruption undermines the legitimacy of the legal system the state justices and security. This essay will attempts to address how corruption is happen and at least to answer a few questions concerning corruption, including its sources, effects, and effective positively solutions.

Keywords: Corruption, Security Sector

Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,

Pages: 17332 - 1736

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