The jurisprudential foundations of Iran's criminal policy concerning the spread of prostitution covered in the 2013 Penal Code

Autor:Ardavan Arzhang - Abozar Abozar Fadakar Davarani - Mohammad Nozari Ferdowsieh
Cargo:Member of the Faculty of Jurisprudence and Law Department, Ayatullah Hayeri University of Meybod (Meybod, Iran) - Student of jurisprudence and Criminal Law, Ayatollah Hayari University of Meybod (Meybod, Iran) - Member of the Faculty of Jurisprudence and Law Department at Qom University (Qom, Iran)
Páginas:53-66
Revista de Derecho. Vol. 7 (2018), pp. 53-66. ISSN: 1390-440X eISSN: 1390-7794
Recepción: 20-10-2017. Aceptación: 13-11-2017. Publicación electrónica: 2-2-2018
vol. 7 (2018), p. 53
THE JURISPRUDENTIAL FOUNDATIONS OF IRANS
CRIMINAL POLICY CONCERNING THE SPREAD OF
PROSTITUTION COVERED IN THE 2013 PENAL CODE
FUNDAMENTOS JURISPRUDENCIALES DE LA POLÍTICA PENAL DE IRÁN RELACIONADOS CON
LA PROPAGACIÓN DE LA PROSTITUCIÓN DEL CÓDIGO PENAL DE 2013
Ardavan Arzhang*
Abozar Fadakar Davarani**
Mohammad Nozari Ferdowsieh***
Abstract: The legislator has acted to criminalize the field of public
chastity in order to preserve public morality; one of these cases considers
prostitution. Publication of some news and images, especially those that
may appear today in various mass media, such as Internet websites,
certainly leads to the dissemination and spread of content that contradicts
public morality and ethics, that confronts ethical norms and values
why the publication of such information is prohibited by law. Concerning
the spread of prostitution, this paper analyzes two instances of abuse, that
contradict public morality and are related to each other. The main question
in this paper is, what does the Iranian criminal policy do against the spread
of prostitution, covered in the Islamic Penal Code approved in 2013? After
an introduction (Chapter I), we analyze some jurisprudential concepts and
principles related with this matter (Chapter II). In Chapter III we see some
examples of the spread of prostitution in domestic law. Finally, we take
care of the role of corruption in the spread of prostitution (Chapter IV) and
then we resume some conclusions (Chapter V).
* Member of the Faculty of Jurisprudence and Law Department, Ayatullah Hayeri
University of Meybod (Meybod, Iran). arzhang1345@gmail.com
** Student of jurisprudence and Criminal Law, Ayatollah Hayari University of Meybod
(Meybod, Iran). daverani@yahoo.com
*** Member of the Faculty of Jurisprudence and Law Department at Qom Universi ty
(Qom, Iran). abasaleh.s@gmail.com

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