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Schools recommended to introduce the subject "Antivzyatka"

January 29 2009
23:14

Introduction to a special subject "Antivzyatka in schools and universities. These recommendations were drawn participants a two-day international scientific conference that ended today in the same town.

The role of public organizations and educational institutions of the Central Federal District in the fight against corruption - such was the theme of the event. It was attended by scholars and experts from Russia, Germany, Ukraine, specialists in criminal, administrative and constitutional law, employees of educational institutions, members of the Public Chamber of Russia and the Public Council of CFA - more than 160 people.

As mentioned in the forum, Russia is located at 147 th place in the list of most corrupt countries in the world - next to Bangladesh and Kenya. According to opinion polls, two-thirds of Russians have admitted that at least once a year, paying bribes to officials. A third of them are convinced that corruption is more of everything "lives" in the offices of local government officials, wrote Pravda.ru.

"Defeating corruption without the active civil society is impossible. And here is to work the main principle - transparency. Even Lenin said that the trust people - good, but control - better" - said in his speech, the investigating judge the German city of Gera Eugen Weber.

The lawyer of the German city of Augsburg Alexander Kivrik believes that you first need to tackle corruption in the minds of citizens. "Fighting corruption - is not only a punishment. The most important thing - to get information. And the people who report cases of corruption, should be under state protection", - he said.

Deputy Governor of Lyudmila Grebenkova, speaking at the conference, stressed that the development and implementation of legal, institutional and other mechanisms for combating corruption will go better if this work will be actively involved community organizations.

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