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Accepted Paper:

Anti-corruption examination of regulatory legal acts: a comparative analysis of the cases of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan  
Daniya Nurmukhankyzy (Zhetysu University named after I.Zhansugurov)

Abstract:

The article presents a comparative analysis of the regulation of anti-corruption examination of legislative acts using the cases of Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Anti-corruption examination plays an important role in ensuring transparency and effectiveness in combating corruption; however, its effectiveness significantly depend on the legislative and institutional context. The paper examines normative legislative acts which establish the legal framework for conducting anti-corruption examination, as well as institutional mechanisms for its implementation in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. Special attention is paid to the independence of experts, the decision-making process based on the results of the examination, as well as mechanisms ensuring transparency and public control over the conduct of anti-corruption examination. Based on the conducted comparative analysis, the main similarities and differences in approaches to regulating anti-corruption examination in both countries are identified. In addition to examining legislative acts and institutional mechanisms, this article delves into the practical application of anti-corruption examination in both Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan. It explores case studies and real examples to provide a comprehensive understanding of how anti-corruption examination operates within the legal and political frameworks of each country. Furthermore, the article evaluates the effectiveness of anti-corruption examination in identifying and addressing instances of corruption, as well as its impact on promoting accountability and integrity in public institutions. Overall, this article aims to provide a comprehensive analysis of the regulation and practice of anti-corruption examination in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, contextualized within broader global trends and challenges. By examining legislative frameworks, institutional mechanisms, practical applications, international influences, and emerging trends, it seeks to offer valuable insights into the complexities of addressing corruption in Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan.

Panel T24POL
Straddling between ‘Legality’ and ‘Illegality’ in Everyday Life: Corruption and Informal Practices in Central Asia
  Session 1 Saturday 8 June, 2024, -