MOSCOW, August 3 (RAPSI) — The Prosecutor General's Office of the Russian Federation discovered 33,000 corruptogenic factors in Russian regulatory legal acts over the first six months of 2021, the press service of the body informs RAPSI.

In the first half of 2021, prosecutors carried out anticorruption expert examination of almost 500,000 regulatory legal acts. As it was established, 36,000 of such acts contained over 33,000 factors generating corruption. In order to eliminate these factors, prosecutors issued 2,500 requests, brought in 33,000 protests, submitted 37 claims (statements) to courts, made more than 600 submissions, the body said in its statement.

Prosecutors succeeded to exclude more than 32,000 corruption-generating factors from the laws, the body noted. The most frequently identified factors of corruption were lack or incompleteness of administrative procedures (12,300 cases), breadth of discretionary powers (8,700 cases), adoption of regulatory legal acts outside the competence (7,000), selective change in the scope of rights (4,900 cases), regulatory collisions (4,200 cases), the statement reads.