Accountability through the Use of False Ballots in the Crime of Embezzlement

Authors

  • Oscar Esteban Galvez-Moncada

Abstract

The objective of the investigation was to determine whether accountability through the use of false ballots to support unfulmised incurred expenses constitutes an embezzlement crime. The population was the national facts denounced in which the Supreme Court has investigated for the crime of embezzlement of public officials, for the misuse of travel expenses at the national level. A sample of 3 cases in which the embezzlementcrime of public officials has been investigated, for the misuse of per diems at the national level. The variables were: Crime of Embezzlement and Travel expenses in the Public Administration. Tables were used with respect to the legal bases of the doctrine and cases in which the crime of embezzlement of public officials has been investigated, for the misuse of per diems in theLa Libertad Judicial District. It was evidenced that the rendering of accounts through false documents does not constitute the crime of embezzlement, but of the use of a false document, in the same way that dogmatics in its majority, as well as the study of jurisprudence, are inclined not to consider these behaviors as typical of the crime of embezzlement.

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Published

2022-03-04