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The results of the anti-corruption expertise of the prosecution authorities of Primorye
Last year, the regional prosecutor's office continued the practice of implementation Prosecutors studied 11 normative legal acts (hereinafter - NLA) and 303 of their projects for corruption. At the same time, 9 acts and their projects were identified, which contained 287 thousand 702 such factors.
The overwhelming majority of corruption-related factors by prosecutors have been established when studying the regulatory legal acts and their projects of local governments.
Typical corruption-generating factors were: the breadth of discretionary powers, the definition of competence according to the formula “have the right”, the adoption of a normative legal act outside the competence, the absence or incompleteness of administrative procedures, the presence of excessive requirements for a person to exercise his right, legal and linguistic uncertainty.
In order to exclude corruption-related factors identified in regulatory legal acts, 458 acts of prosecutorial response were submitted (363 protest was brought, 74 was submitted to change the regulatory legal act, 21 statement was sent to court), and 264 information was sent to eliminate corruption-related factors from draft regulatory acts.
Due to the measures taken from the 417 act, including the three charters of municipalities of the region, and the 233 projects of the PPA, corruption-related factors are excluded.
The largest number of regulatory legal acts containing corruption-related factors were found in the sphere of municipal service (91 act), the provision of municipal services (89 regulatory legal act), urban planning legislation (49 regulatory legal act), in the sphere of land use (state and municipal property legislation (42 regulatory legal act ), in the sphere of tax legislation (31 regulatory legal acts), in the public sector (16 regulatory legal acts).