Corruption is the abuse of power entrusted to personal gain. It can be grand, petty or political depending on the amounts of money involved and the sector in which it occurs.
Under the Law on the Prevention and Combating of Corruption, corruption is the request, receipt or acceptance, directly or indirectly, for himself or for another person, of material benefits or undue advantage, or in the unlawful promise, offering or granting of such benefits or undue advantages to the subjects of corruption. Corruption is an illegal act that affects the normal exercise of the function and which consists either in the use of the subject of acts of corruption or acts of corruptive behavior of its function.
Corruption acts are:
a) active corruption;
b) passive corruption;
c) trafficking in influence;
d) taking bribe;
e) bribe giving;
(3) Corrupt acts related to the following acts committed in direct connection with acts of corruption:
a) abuse of power;
b) excess power or exceeding of service duties;
c) legalizing the proceeds from corruption acts;
d) preventing the implementation of justice;
e) acquiring goods;
f) causing material damages through deception or abuse of trust;
g) the destruction or deterioration of goods;
i) falsification of voting results.
j) corruption of voters;
k) fake in public documents;
l) Fake in accounting documents.
m) illicit enrichment and possession of unjustified wealth;
n) non-declaration and non-resolution of the conflict of interests.