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Brunei Darussalam

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According to Government officials, organised crime in Brunei Darussalam is extremely limited, even non-existent. Activities such as drug trafficking, trafficking in persons, and illegal gambling are frequently attributed to migrant workers in Brunei. Brunei's Penal Code of 1951 is largely identical to that of Malaysia and Singapore. An offence for criminal conspiracies can be found in ss 120A and 120B. Brunei has a Societies Order 2005 which replaced the former Societies Act of 1948. It is assumed that this Order contains criminal provisions relating to membership, other associations with and support of unlawful societies.

Keywords: Brunei Darussalam; organised crime; Penal Code; Societies Order



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