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Abstract the Fight against corruption

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Year: 2018 | Pages: 18

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Introduction
1. The main directions of the fight against corruption in modern Russia
2. Current trends in the development of corruption crime and its counteraction in the system of the state (municipal) service of Russia
Conclusion
References

Relevance.
Unfortunately, for modern Russia, corruption crimes are quite an ordinary phenomenon. Russia ranks 131st out of 178 countries in terms of corruption. Such data are provided by the influential international organization "Transparency International" for 2016. Next to Russia are the most backward countries in Africa (Nigeria, Congo, Guinea-Bissau), as well as Papua New Guinea and Tajikistan. "Transparency International" has recognized Russia as the most corrupt country among the leading countries of the world, members of the "Big Twenty".
Constantly conducted anti-corruption campaigns (one of which is still being implemented), as a rule, end with a number of high-profile cases and resignations, however, the level of corruption crimes actually only increases, which causes the need to improve the organizational and legal framework for combating this phenomenon.
The aim of the work is to study the features of the fight against corruption in modern Russia.
Based on this goal, the tasks of the work are:
- to study the main directions of the fight against corruption in modern Russia;
- to analyze the current trends in the development of corruption crime and counteraction to it in the system of state (municipal) service of Russia.
The structure of the work consists of an introduction, the main part divided into two chapters, a conclusion and a list of references.

1. The main directions of the fight against corruption in modern Russia
The legal definition of corruption is given in Article 1, Federal Law No. 273-FZ of December 25, 2014 "On Combating Corruption".
According to the norms of this article, "Corruption is the abuse of official position, bribery, receiving a bribe, abuse of authority, commercial bribery or other illegal use by a physical person of his official position contrary to legitimate interests of society and the state in order to obtain benefits in the form of money, valuables, other property or services of property character, other property rights for itself or for third parties or illegal provision of such benefits specified person other individuals".
The main directions of the state policy in the field of anti-corruption are determined by the President of the Russian Federation. In addition, the President of the Russian Federation establishes the competence of the federal executive authorities, whose activities he directs, in the field of combating corruption.
The Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation shall ensure the development and adoption of federal laws on anti-corruption issues, as well as control over the activities of executive authorities within its powers.
The Government of the Russian Federation distributes functions among the federal executive authorities, whose activities it manages, to combat corruption.
In order to ensure coordination of the activities of federal executive bodies, executive bodies of constituent entities of the Russian Federation and local self-government bodies in the implementation of state policy in the field of anti-corruption, bodies consisting of representatives of federal state bodies, state authorities of constituent entities of the Russian Federation and other persons may be formed by the decision of the President of the Russian Federation.
When receiving data on the commission of corruption offenses, the bodies for coordinating activities in the field of anti-corruption transfer them to the relevant state bodies authorized to verify such data and make decisions based on the results of the audit in accordance with the procedure established by law.
I. Regulatory and legal acts

1. On combating corruption. Federal Law No. 273-FZ of 25.12.2014 (as amended on 28.12.2017) / / Sobranie zakonodatelstva RF. 29.12.2014. - No. 52 (Part 1). - Article 6228.
2. The Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. Federal Law No. 63-FZ of 13.06.1996 (as amended on 29.12.2017) / / Sobranie zakonodatelstva RF. - 17.06.1996. - No. 25. - St. 2954.

II. Scientific literature

3. Bocharnikov I. Experience in countering corruption in foreign countries / / Civil society in Russia and abroad. - 2016. - No. 4. - pp. 44-49.
4. Dolgova, A. I. Corruption and the fight against it. - Moscow: Russian Criminological Association, 2016. - 305 p.
5. Izotov M. O. Corruption in modern Russia: abstract. Diss. Cand. Jur. Sciences. – M., 2012. – 29 S.
6. Kudashkin A.V. Once again on the legal concept of corruption / / Modern law. - 2015. - No. 6. - pp. 7-15.
7. Luneev V. V. Trends in modern crime and the fight against it in Russia / / State and Law. - 2011. - No. 1. - pp. 17-23.
8. Osipova A. A. The main directions of the fight against corruption in Russia. - 2014. - No. 2. - pp. 19-23.

Online sources

9. Data of the Research Institute of the Academy of the General Prosecutor's Office of Russia Reference and analytical information on the state of corruption in the Russian Federation in 2015: [Electronic resource]. - Access mode:http://www.pravda.ru/economics/rules/26102013/1179563corruption0/
10. Corrupt officials will not give up without a fight: / / [Electronic resource]. – Mode of access: http://www.svoboda.org/audio/BroadcastProgram/701662.html
11. Corruption: causes, economic consequences and impact on the development of society: [Electronic resource]. – Mode of access: http://www.elitarium.ru/2012/04/16/korrupcija_prichiny_posledstvija_vlijanie.html
12. Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation. Official website / / [Electronic resource]. – Mode of access: http://mvd.ru/
13. Statistical data of the Judicial Department of the Russian Federation / /[Electronic resource]. – Mode of access: http://www.cdep.ru/index.php?id=79
14. Transparency International: CPI 2016 table / /[Electronic resource]. - Access mode. http://www.transparency.org/cpi2010/results

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