Problems of implementation of whistleblower institution in Ukraine
Serhii Ivanovych Khalymon () and
Anatolii Mykhailovych Prytula ()
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Serhii Ivanovych Khalymon: Doctor of law, associate professor of the Chair of Criminalistics, Criminal Execution and Criminology, Academy of the State Penitentiary Service, Chernihiv, Ukraine
Anatolii Mykhailovych Prytula: PhD in Law, associate professor, senior officer of Administration of the State Border Guard Service of Ukraine, Kyiv, Ukraine
Juridical Tribune (Tribuna Juridica), 2019, vol. 9, issue 2, 436-454
The article deals with the study of problems regarding prevention of corruption. Based on the studies of national and foreign research papers, the authors proved that such problems became the most urgent themes of modern scientific researches. The origin of the concept of “corruption” was analyzed; it has been stated that different approaches to the definition of corruption are based on legal or normative aspects, and those based on social aspects are different from those based on the understanding of the public service and social interests. It has been proved that one of the most effective tools for combating corruption in the world is using whistleblowers. The main problems of whistleblowers implementation in Ukraine were studied. It has been noted that Ukrainian society ambiguously perceives the whistleblowers institution. Rejecting of corruption whistleblowers by the society negatively affects the effectiveness of preventing this phenomenon. The authors have analyzed social and political problems concerning creation of anti-corruption court in Ukraine and its possible positive influence on the effective process of combating corruption.
JEL-codes: K14 K42 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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