The adoption of the anti-corruption law, in november 2012, and two legislative decrees on transparency of information within public administration and incompatibility and prohibitions for holders of public office, in march and april 2013, represented a significant step forward in the fight against corruption in Italy. The law and the decrees require each public administration to put in place specific measures to prevent corruption. These include: the adoption of plans to prevent corruption and to ensure transparency and integrity within public administration; the online publication of many information on public administration and the correlative right of everyone to require their publication; strict observance of the rules on incompatibility and prohibitions for holders of public office. In order to ensure compliance with these provisions that aim to prevent corruption and to raise the level of transparency, efficiency and impartiality within public administration, the legislature also implemented a supervisory and sanctioning system that acts as a deterrent relating to disclosure requirements and conflicts of interest for public officials. With regard to the sanctioning system, it will look at various types of liability and sanctions introduced by the laws in question.
|Numero di pagine||25|
|Volume||Strumenti di contrasto alla corruzione nella pubblica amministrazione tra ordinamento italiano e ordinamento brasiliano, a cura|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|