Administrative and municipal lawReference:
Regarding the Obligation to Perform Anti-Corruption Expertise of Draft Local Corporate Acts
Abstract.The subject of this research article is the standards of the legal regulation of anti-corruption expertise of local corporate acts and their drafts as well as the practical implementation of the aforesaid standards. The aim of the research is to evaluate legal requirements from the point of view of mandatory implementation of anti-corruption expertise at enterprises, to define the most important problems that may arise in the process of executing these legal standards, and to offer ways to improve the legal regulation. In her article Tolstikova analyzes what usually causes non-performance of legal requirements to carry out anti-corruption expertise of local corporate acts as well as offers measures aimed at prevention of corruption. The research is based on such research methods as analysis, synthesis, deduction and comparison. In the course of writing her article the author has also applied the formal law and structured logic methods. The scientific novelty of the research is caused by the conclusions made by the author as a result of the research. Based on the analysis of existing legal basis, judicial practice and scientific approaches offered by the theory of law, the author of the article concludes that anti-corruption expertise of local corporate acts should be deemed mandatory. However, this is still an understudied issue today which is caused by the fact that there are no clear definitions and relevant guidelines and control.
Keywords: measures to prevent corruption, prevention of corruption, organization, signs of normative act, draft local act, local normative act, corporate act, normative legal act, anti-corruption examination, corruptogenic factor
Article was received:24-05-2018
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