Parliamentary Anti-corruption Committee

The law must be observed at all levels of government structures – from ordinary citizens to the members of Parliament. In addition, this is unacceptable for the people assigned to protect law and order to use of official position for personal advantage.

The Committee on Anti-Corruption is included into the system of executive bodies and has a special competence that allows it to implement public policies to eradicate corruption and prevent crimes with corruption component.

The main functions of the Committee include the following:

• prevention and fight against corruption

• identification of the causes of corruption and analysis of the conditions of its occurrence;

• providing opportunities for citizens to inform government authorities about the cases of corruption;

• monitoring compliance with existing legislation;

• providing a variety of advisory services.


The Anti-corruption Committee monitors cooperation of all state bodies with subordinate agencies and individuals, regulates the allowable level of personal gain while implementing government projects.

Difficulties in the Anti-corruption Committee’s work emerge often. And the party in fault for the conflict situation can be both a superior rank, and the alleged injured party. The task of the Committee on combating corruption - to determine the true culprit and assign an appropriate punishment.

The committee's work consists of the development of relevant laws and their enactment and enforcement control. A full-scale preventive work of the Committee allowed to reduce corruption in the country to the minimum. In the near future, it is planned to implement additional measures that will increase the level of transparency of government agencies and provide higher standards of government agencies.

Through its work, the Committee cooperates with other state bodies. The Committee's work is very important for the forming among the civil workers the intolerance to any form of corruption.