Issue 36

Issue 362022-04-19T08:49:08+00:00

The Need to Reconsider the Role of Professional and Ethical Principles and Values in Law and Legislation

By: Prof. Badria A. Al-Awadi

The practical and daily applications of contemporary laws and legislations show immense and increasing problems and dilemmas which are mainly manifested by how legislation and enactment of laws and decisions are made, by methods of implementation and enforcement, and by their results and effects alike. The facts that are taking place on a daily basis in the areas which are directly and indirectly related to local and international laws and legislation, and to those who work on them, reveal an unprecedented decline and regression, with the announcement in many developing countries of rampant corruption in administrative, governmental, educational and teaching bodies, and bribery in parliaments and judicial bodies, as well as old and new announcements of cheating, fraud, and deception in the field of food and basic foodstuffs committed by unscrupulous people without regard for the health and safety of the public, as well as other crimes which eat away at the entity of society and pose a threat to the safety of the community’s buildup and to the future of its children.

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