For a certain category of persons, the legislation establishes the obligation to monitor the implementation of anti-corruption restrictions by other persons. And for failure to take appropriate measures, such persons face administrative liability. Such… Read More »Failure to take measures to combat corruption
administrative offense related to corruption
Late filing of a declaration is one of the most common grounds for drawing up a report for violation of financial control requirements. But the law obliges to declare not only property and… Read More »Violation of financial control requirements. Is the official always to blame?
Anti-corruption legislation imposes a number of restrictions on the prevention and settlement of conflicts of interest. For committing an offense, the court may impose a fine, as well as additionally prohibit them from holding certain positions,… Read More »Conflict of interest: case law and protection advice
Anti-corruption legislation imposes a number of restrictions on civil servants to make a profit from other sources. The consequences that can occur for such a person are quite aggravating. Can "arrive" not “ Read More »Restrictions on part-time work. Can a civil servant engage in other activities?
Anti-corruption legislation imposes restrictions on the receipt of gifts from legal entities or individuals to both the subjects of the declaration and their relatives. The law also prohibits requiring… Read More »How can an official not get into trouble after receiving a gift?