Also, the national economy of the State, and the alternatives to sanctions in Iraq and comparative legislation, especially in light of the increasing number of prisoners and crimes, which generated the need to adopt more effective punitive regimes in achieving modern punitive purposes. The study concluded that the negative punishment of freedom is the basis of the punitive legal system in most legislations, despite its many negative effects, which rendered it incapable of exacerbating the criminal phenomenon. The study recommended that the legislator should provide in the penal code in force for alternative penalties and keep pace with the development of modern criminal legislation.
Master Thesis at the University of Kirkuk discusses alternatives to the negative sanctions of freedom and their applications in Iraq
A thesis in the Faculty of Law and Political Science at the University of Kirkuk discussed a study on the alternatives of the negative penalties of freedom and their applications in Iraq to the student Imad Omar Mohammed.