2. Corruption shall mean any abuse of power entrusted to a public servant, employee, and advisor, elected or appointed official, which that may lead to private gain to that person, domestic or foreign legal entity or natural person. Specifically, corruption can include requesting directly or indirectly, offering, giving or accepting the bribe or any other undue advantage or the prospect thereof, which violates appropriate performance of any duty or behavior expected of the recipient of the bribe. Corruption shall mean also violation of the law, other regulations, as well as the irregularity related to work and frauds that indicate existence of corruption.
Referenced Legislation: Law on Whistleblower Protection in the Institutions of Bosnia and Herzegovina