Meaning of bribery oath in English:

bribery oath

noun

  • An oath declaring that an electoral process or campaign has not been influenced or corrupted by bribery; specifically (in the United Kingdom) one required to be sworn by a voter at a parliamentary election, declaring that his or her vote has not been cast in exchange for a bribe (now historical).

Origin

Mid 18th century; earliest use found in Daily Courant.