Release:2017, Vol. 3. №1
About the authors:Dmitry O. Teplyakov, Cand. Sci. (Jur.), Associate Professor, Department of Constitutional and Municipal Law, Institute of State and Law, Tyumen State University; email@example.com
The authors analyze the Federal Law “On the Prosecution Service of the Russian Federation” and conclude that it contains a significant number of corruption-generating factors, including the breadth of discretionary powers. The Prosecutor’s Office is the main body of anti-corruption expertise and it adopts mandatory requirement to change the corruption of the law. The authors draw attention to the fact that the Prosecution acts on the basis of a law that contains corruption factors. The prevalence of corruption in the public sector, no strict certainty in the laws governing the activities of state bodies resulted in the fact that in the international index of corruption perception in 2016 Russia took place 119, the same as Azerbaijan and Guyana. The authors propose to put the Federal law “On the Prosecution Service of the Russian Federation” through and independent anti-corruption expert examination with the purpose of making changes and eliminating the corruption potential of the law.