The Hermeneutic View of Transparency Against Major Bottlenecks of Corruption in Iran's Legal System


  • Aida Mokhtare 1. Assistant professor and faculty member of Apadana Institute of Higher Education, Shiraz, Iran
  • Hamid Reza Kasraeian Bachelor of Laws, Apadana Institute of Higher Education, Shiraz, Iran



transparency, corruption bottlenecks, administrative corruption, financial corruption, anti-corruption


In today's world, due to the multiple channels of communication and the existence of numerous governmental and non-governmental organisations and institutions, sometimes by avoiding the law or taking advantage of the loopholes and shortcomings of the laws and regulations, communication is used to achieve illegitimate and illegal goals and in line with They are used to gain personal benefit (sometimes against public benefit) and ultimately to spread corruption; It is in this direction that investigating the said channels and major bottlenecks of corruption is of the first importance.

Transparency is one of the main foundations of democratic and anti-corruption governance, including the political rights of citizens in modern policy-making, which results in the free circulation of information in the economic, social, political and cultural fields. Creating transparency in the executive and government bodies is also one of the most important and basic solutions that can be used to prevent and fight corruption. Considering that the lack of transparency in the administrative institutions weakens public participation and hinders the realization of people's sovereignty and the occurrence of complex and large-scale financial corruption and as a result imposes unfavourable economic conditions and social problems on the citizens, the issue of war Arranging transparency against the major bottlenecks of corruption through the channel of library studies and the use of qualitative data and the description and criticism and interpretation of laws and regulations and the analysis of the major bottlenecks of corruption is the opinion of the authors of this research.


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How to Cite

Mokhtare, A., & Kasraeian, H. R. (2024). The Hermeneutic View of Transparency Against Major Bottlenecks of Corruption in Iran’s Legal System. International Journal of Advanced Research in Humanities and Law, 1(2), 101–115.