The regulation on the procedure for conducting anti-corruption expertise of regulatory legal acts and their drafts has been approved.
According to Norma, the regulation introduces a new procedure for identifying corruption-generating factors – filling in the checklist by state bodies and organizations. The checklist is a standard questionnaire for identifying corruption factors in regulatory legal acts and their projects.
An analysis of each norm and provision of the project is carried out, the presence or absence of a corruption-generating factor is reflected in the checklist.
The main principles of anti-corruption expertise are: legitimacy, openness and transparency, impartiality, independence, validity.
The priority of anti-corruption measures is the development of recommendations and measures aimed at eliminating corruption if it is detected.
The regulation establishes:
- Corruption factors;
- The procedure for conducting anti-corruption expertise of projects and current regulatory legal acts;
- The rights and obligations of an employee of law authorities who conduct the anti-corruption expertise.
For the convenience of the developers of draft regulatory legal acts, specific examples of corruption-related factors are given. These factors have been completely revised, and their significance is explained using a methodology with concise, clear and detailed examples.
In particular, the unjustified application of exceptions in the legislation is prohibited, it is determined that the adopted norm should be common for all.
Along with this, the public will now be widely involved in the anti-corruption expertise.
Citizens can also express their opinions on draft legislative acts by filling out a checklist on the regulation.gov.uz portal.