Corruption as a Social Parasite Instigating Transgression of Human Right

  • Tamasi Biswas
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  • Tamasi Biswas

    Research Scholar and Teaching Assistant, School of Law and Justice, Adamas University, India

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Since the initiation of the Globalization and Liberalisation era, experimentation has been a necessity for the growth of a nation. This urge for experimentation coupled with the lack of efficiency has paved a way to maladministration and corruptive practices. Bribery, adulteration, manipulation and the like has gained immense contours as financial transactions which are made from illegal gains poses a serious threat to the nation’s prosperity. Developing countries often bear a demolishing impact of these malpractices because the governance is still in the process of updating. With the increased use of technology, fast growth in artificial intelligence and experimentation with the new societal norms, we need a powerful, efficient, independent and impartial authority to keep a check over the conduct of the official dignitaries to supervise their action. A true system of check and balance is the need of the hour. But, in a developing country where administration is still at its growing stage and implementation of legal procedures is still challenging, basic human rights of the citizens are at stake. Human rights are directly interconnected with the sincerity of the bureaucrats. The present article aspires to discuss some instance wherein human rights are being infringed through the medium of these malpractices. Furthermore, the paper analyses as to how the International Conventions sketched for the upliftment Human Rights have reshaped and alleviated in the promotion and protection of International Human Rights.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 6, Issue 3, Page 1974 - 1989


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