June 16, 2021

Compliance: at the moment

 Compliance Law is essential for the future of Africa: this is also a lesson from the Juin 2021 G7 Summit in its Infrastructure Plan. 


It emerges from the G7 summit which ends on June 13, 2021 in Carbis Bay in the United Kingdom, a common desire to increase infrastructures in Africa, in itself and because otherwise China will do it, and will do it differently.

Compliance Law will be determinant in this common action for three reasons.

First and because the issue is about infrastructures, the construction and the management of infrastructures falling more under Regulatory Law than Competition Law (📕Chevalier, J.-M., Frison-Roche, M.-A, Keppler, J.EPPLER, J.H. et Noumba, P. (ed.), Économie et droit de la régulation des infrastructures. Perspectives des pays en voie de développement, 2009). However, Compliance Law is not a simple process for the effectiveness of rules which are external to it, it is the extension in companies of Regulatory Law. Where companies must implement regulatory goals within themselves, they develop Compliance rules (➡️📝see Frison-Roche, M.A., From Regulation Law to Compliance Law, 2017. 


Secondly and because the issue is about Africa, the Rule of Law is sometimes not very solid there. By internalizing Regulatory Law in companies (or even by associating Arbitration with it), Compliance Law makes it possible to get out of this dead end (➡️📝Salah, MM, Conception and Application of Compliance in Africa, in 📕 Frison-Roche, M.-A. (ed.), Compliance Tools, 2021.

Thirdly and because the topic si about China, Compliance Law in its European conception has the Monumental Goal of defending individuals while in its Chinese conception it aims to obtain their obedience to the rules (➡️📝Frison-Roche, M.-A., In China, Compliance Law deploys without, and even against democracy, China seeing Compliance only as an "efficiency process"; in Europe, it deploys with and even for democracy, 2021). On construction sites and in the human management of infrastructures, this changes everything.

G7 members share the first conception.


They must now implement it by their companies and thanks to them, private sector being in alliance with the political authorities which just expressed. Because Compliance Law is an alliance between political authorities and crucial economic operators.

 

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Références complètes : Chevalier, J.-M., Frison-Roche, M.-A, Keppler, J.EPPLER, J.H. et Noumba, P. (dir.), Économie et droit de la régulation des infrastructures. Perspectives des pays en voie de développement, Coll. "Droit et Economie", LGDJ, 2009, 265 pages.
 
L'ouvrage vise à déterminer à quelles conditions économiques, sociales et politiques l'on doit concevoir l'établissement et le fonctionnement des réseaux d'infrastructure essentielle dans les pays en voie de développement. Après des prolégomènes qui posent la question de savoir même si ces infrastructures sont en en crise, si le droit est un outil ou un obstacle et quel est le rôle du capital humain dans l'établissement et le fonctionnement de ces réseaux, une première partie répertorie les références disponibles pour les bâtir, en étudiant des expériences dans des pays et en se posant la question de leur caractère exportable. La deuxième partie examine les initiatives à mener, c'est-à-dire la réforme des services publics, celle des comportements, l'incitation à la coopération entre le public et le privé. Enfin, la troisième partie insiste sur l'importance du capital, en soi et à partir d'exemples concrets, selon les pays et selon les secteurs.