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By Walter Little, Eduardo Posada-Carbó

This ebook appears to be like at political corruption in Latin American and Europe from either an ancient and a modern perspective. The strategy is for this reason comparative and interdisciplinary, bringing jointly students from background, political technological know-how, anthropology, sociology and economics. as well as normal essays, this booklet comprises chapters analysing political corruption in person international locations: Italy, Spain, France, nice Britain, Chile, Brazil, Venezuela, Paraguay and Mexico.

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By Walter Little, Eduardo Posada-Carbó

This ebook appears to be like at political corruption in Latin American and Europe from either an ancient and a modern perspective. The strategy is for this reason comparative and interdisciplinary, bringing jointly students from background, political technological know-how, anthropology, sociology and economics. as well as normal essays, this booklet comprises chapters analysing political corruption in person international locations: Italy, Spain, France, nice Britain, Chile, Brazil, Venezuela, Paraguay and Mexico.

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40. 41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 39 Rovito (1981), p. 67. Mantelli (1986), p. 109. Waquet (1984), p. 133. Savelli (1981), p. 235. Guicciardini (1993), pp. 130, 135. According to Carafa (1668), judges accepta pecunia, corruptionis suspicione non carent. Comparato (1974), p. 231. Raggio (1990), p. 1. Guicciardini(1993), pp. 95,99, 126, 142, 148, 152, 181, 184. Comparato (1974), pp. 225,228,238. De Maddelena (1963), p. 265. De Luca (1680), p.

In sixteenth and seventeenth century Italy, rules that qualified certain practices as corrupt, that condemned them explicitly or at least prescribed a behaviour incompatible with corruption were very common. Jurists would describe in detail the model of the perfect judge. According to the Auditore Savelli, a Tuscan magistrate writing at the end of the seventeenth century, he should act as the justitia animata and possess all virtues. 8 Rocco Gambacorta, a magistrate of Palermo who wrote in 1594, considered it was the judge's duty to attendere al beneficio comune con travaglio e somma di/igenzia to deprive himself d 'ogni piacere sensuale e corporale and to behave as a public figure quale piu per il commune beneficio che per il particolare deve volere.

42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 39 Rovito (1981), p. 67. Mantelli (1986), p. 109. Waquet (1984), p. 133. Savelli (1981), p. 235. Guicciardini (1993), pp. 130, 135. According to Carafa (1668), judges accepta pecunia, corruptionis suspicione non carent. Comparato (1974), p. 231. Raggio (1990), p. 1. Guicciardini(1993), pp. 95,99, 126, 142, 148, 152, 181, 184. Comparato (1974), pp. 225,228,238. De Maddelena (1963), p. 265. De Luca (1680), p. 223.

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