SOME DIRECTIONS OF IMPROVEMENT OF NORMATIVE LEGAL REGULATION OF THE STATE ANTI-CORRUPTION POLICY TAKING INTO ACCOUNT REQUIREMENTS OF INTERNATIONAL ANTI-CORRUPTION TREATIES
Journal of Foreign Legislation and Comparative Law
Некоторые направления совершенствования нормативного правового регулирования государственной антикоррупционной политики с учетом требований международных антикоррупционных договоров
The article describes the main elements of state policy in the sphere of anti-corruption as a system of measures of social control over corruption. It is noted that the norms on combating corruption, the formation of which is attributed to the competence of the Russian Federation, are contained in more than 50 regulatory legal acts of the Russian Federation. The anti-corruption legislation of the Russian Federation is constantly being improved and becoming more integral. In particular, the
... articular, the basis of the implementation of the state anti-corruption policy is the "outstripping" model of legal regulation, taking into account the direction of corruption crime. In addition, the state anti-corruption policy, taking into account the requirements of international anti-corruption treaties, is aimed at the consistent implementation of the provisions of international conventions. The article shows the tendency of increasing importance of targeted state-legal counteraction to corruption at the international and national levels. The necessity of using the preventive anti-corruption potential provided by the legislation of the Russian Federation is substantiated. In order to improve the system of social control, it is proposed to systematize, streamline the legal norms regulating various aspects of anti-corruption and reflect them in a new version of the Federal Law "On Combating Corruption". Also systemic measures are required to stabilize the socio-economic and political development of the state while continuing to adopt effective anti-corruption practices. The issue of criminalizing the promise and offering of commercial bribery and bribes as completed crimes is considered. The conclusion is drawn that it should not be about adjusting certain existing provisions of the criminal law, but about a comprehensive change in legislation and the formation of good practices for its application.