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DISCIPLINARY RESPONSIBILITY’S APPLICATION TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES VIOLATING THE ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGISLATION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

https://doi.org/10.21684/2412-2343-2017-4-4-3-11

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Abstract

This paper considers issues of legal regulation of moral condemnation of municipal officials and the  impact of the recommendations of the Group of States against Corruption (GRECO) on the system of  legal regulation of counteraction to Russian corruption. It also examines the concept and principles of  anti-corruption, the grounds and procedure for bringing disciplinary proceedings against municipal  officials for violating of anticorruption duties as well as issues of compliance with the rules of the  Federal laws of the Russian Federation “On Combating Corruption” and “On Municipal Service in the  Russian Federation,” and the necessity to unify their content concerning the reasons for dismissal due  to the loss of confidence in municipal and state officials for corruption offenses. The Model Code of  Ethics and Official Conduct of Civil Servants of the Russian Federation and Municipal Officials is useful  to defining the legal status of moral condemnation, the shape of its issuance, scope, duration and legal implications of the use.

About the Authors

HUGO FLAVIER
University of Bordeaux
France

Associate Professor of Public Law and European Law, University of Bordeaux, Centre for Research  and Documentation in European and International Law (CRDEI)

16 Avenue Léon Duguit, Pessac, 33608, France



IRINA CHIKIREVA
Tyumen State University
Russian Federation

Associate Professor, Labor and Commercial Law Department, Tyumen State University

38 Lenina St., Tyumen, 625003, Russia



KSENIYA IVANOVA
Tyumen State University
Russian Federation

Associate Professor, Constitutional and Municipal Law Department, Tyumen State University

38 Lenina St., Tyumen, 625003, Russia



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FLAVIER H., CHIKIREVA I., IVANOVA K. DISCIPLINARY RESPONSIBILITY’S APPLICATION TO THE LOCAL GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES VIOLATING THE ANTI-CORRUPTION LEGISLATION IN THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION, EUROPE AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. BRICS Law Journal. 2017;4(4):116-144. https://doi.org/10.21684/2412-2343-2017-4-4-3-11

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