Fighting Corruption in Transition Economies: Ukraine 2005
12 July 2005
; 9789264010819 (print)
This book presents the outcomes of a review of legal and institutional frameworks for fighting corruption in Ukraine, which was carried out in the framework of the Anti-Corruption Network for Transition Economies based at the OECD. The review examined national anti-corruption policy and institutions currently in place in Ukraine, national anti-corruption legislation, and preventive measures to ensure the integrity of civil service and effective financial control. This publication contains the recommendations as well as the full text of the self-assessment report provided by the government of Ukraine.
Summary Assessment and Recommendations
-National Anti-Corruption Policy and Institutions
-Legislation and Criminalisation of Corruption
-Transparency of the Civil Service and Financial Control Issues
-National Anti-Corruption Plan (Strategy) against Corruption
-Promotion of Accountability and Transparency
-Criminalisation of Corruption
-Investigation and Enforcement
Annex 1. Statistic Information for 2001-2003 on Consideration of Cases of Administrative Offenses in Compliance with the Law of Ukraine "On Struggle against Corruption."
Annex 2. Certificate on Dynamics of Criminal Proceedings in Cases Initiated by Law-Enforcement Bodies of Ukraine on the Elements of Corruption over the Period from 2000 to 2003.
Annex 3. Certificate on Dynamics of Criminal Proceedings in Corruption-Related Cases Initiated by Law Enforcement Bodies of Ukraine (Art. 368-369 of the Ukrainian Civil Code) over the period from 2000 to 2003.
Annex 4. Violations of the Criminal Law of Ukraine
Annex 5. Data on the Number of Persons Convicted for Crimes in Public Offices
Annex 6. Data on Crimes in Public Office, Number of Persons Convicted, Acquited, Cases Closed, Persons Indisposed Subjected to Force Medical Treatment;, and Forms of Criminal Punishment
Annex 7. Law of Ukraine on Fight with Corruption
Annex 8. Criminal Code of Ukraine
Annex 9. Anti-Corruption Plan for Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, the Russian Federation, Tajikistan, and Ukraine