Standarde de integritate publică privind aleșii locali. Sancționarea conflictului de interese administrativ

Cynthia Carmen CURT


The study aims to respond to important contro-versies related to the applicability of the public inte-grity legal framework related to local public offcials in Romania. The importance of this study is related to the fndings of the 2014 EU Anti-Corruption Re-port (EU Anti-Corruption Report, 2014, p. 12) which states that conficts of interest in decision-making, allocation of public funds and public procurement, particularly at the local level, form a recurrent pattern in many Member States. The article investigates the importance of uniformity of the High Court of Cassation and Justice’s jurisprudence in curbing potential corruption and confict of interest risks, the impact of the Constitutional Court’s decisions in interpretation and applicability of public integrity legal framework, as well as in the process of gua-ranteeing the effectiveness of legal sanctions. The study emphasizes the danger of the inconsistency of parliamentary political support towards the public in-tegrity framework and ANI institutional stability and, moreover, criticizes the controversial most recent legislative proposals adopted by the Parliament in order to amend the legislation of conficts of interests of the local public offcials and its implications on public integrity standards.

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onfict of interests, public integrity, National Integrity Agency, Romania.

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