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SRP. 2020; 11(10): 911-916

Anti-Corruption Policy under the Conditions of Overcoming the Consequences of the Coronavirus Pandemic

Anatolii Novak, Vitalii Bashtannyk, Zoriana Buryk, Oksana Parkhomenko-Kutsevil, Mykola Andriyenko.

Deterioration of the epidemiological situation in the country marked the beginning of rethinking of modern models towards combating corruption risks. Mankind has faced with an extremely serious problem that affects the economic system of the state, intensifies corruption processes and confuses the search for new ways to prevent abuse of officials. The academic paper has considered the basic challenges faced by the world community during the coronavirus pandemic. The destructive consequences of the spread of the coronavirus pandemic have been determined and the directions of improvement and formation of anti-corruption policy under modern conditions have been offered. Particular attention has been paid to the development of current legislation, program and strategic documents, protection of whistleblowers, the need to involve the public in the discussion of key issues in combating corruption, establishment of the principles of integrity, openness and transparency in topical anti-corruption measures in order to overcome the most difficult challenges of nowadays. The need to give priority to the main spheres of public life has been distinguished, where the most significant abuses are possible (health care, public procurement, public administration). Anti-corruption policy under the conditions of counteracting COVID-19 should be formed in accordance with the basic corruption challenges and taking into account current, progressive practices in order to address the issue of eliminating the consequences of illegal activities.

Key words: Corruption risks, anti-corruption measures, epidemiological situation, coronavirus (COVID-19)

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