Unofficial Translation (courtesy of DeepL) Article 183.1 - Illicit enrichment Will be punished by imprisonment from 6 months to 5 years and a fine from 10 million Ariary to 200 million Ariary, any person in charge of a public authority or entrusted with a public service mission, any person invested with an elective public mandate, any manager, agent or employee of a public enterprise who cannot reasonably justify a substantial increase in his assets in relation to his legitimate income. Any person who knowingly possesses illicit goods and resources originating from the above-mentioned persons shall be punished by the same penalties. Legal persons found guilty of holding illicit goods and resources, of being an intermediary or beneficiary in any form whatsoever shall be sentenced to suspension of the exercise of any social and commercial activity for a period of at least 5 years and not exceeding 20 years and to pay five times the amount of the fines provided for the natural person or only one of these two penalties, without prejudice to the application of the provisions of Article 181.1 paragraph 4 of the Criminal Code. Anyone who has knowingly benefited from any advantage resulting from the commission of the offence provided for and punished by this article shall be subject to the same penalties. Illicit enrichment is a continuous offence characterized by the possession of assets or the use of illicit resources. Proof of the lawful origin of the enrichment or resources may be furnished by any means. However, a person shall be exempt from prosecution on the basis of this Article who, before the opening of an information or direct summons, has revealed the facts to the administrative or judicial authorities and has allowed the identification and conviction of the principal perpetrator. The conviction decision may also order the confiscation for the benefit of the State, public authorities, public and para-public bodies of all or part of the property of the convicted person up to the amount of the damage suffered.