When EU Law meets Arabic Law: Assessment of Anti-Corruption Law in Morocco and Some Proposed AmendmentsSubmitted to Arab Law Quarterly (2008)
AbstractThis article reviews the present state of the adoption of anti-corruption legal provisions usually adopted in EU (or candidate) countries in Morocco. Morocco lags behind many countries in its adoption of anti-corruption legislation and the recently established Central Agency of the Prevention of Corruption is unlikely to succeed in speeding up the adoption of these measures. English language translations of a number of Moroccan anti-corruption legal instruments are presented and amendments to these legal instruments are recommended (based on international best practice) in order to increase the likely effectiveness of Moroccan law enforcement institutions in fighting corruption.
Publication DateSummer 2008
Citation InformationBryane Michael and Abdelaziz Nouaydi. "When EU Law meets Arabic Law: Assessment of Anti-Corruption Law in Morocco and Some Proposed Amendments" Submitted to Arab Law Quarterly (2008)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/bryane_michael/41/