The legislation-related functions of the Corruption Prevention and Combating Bureau include:

  • developing a strategy and a national programme for preventing and combating corruption, approved by the Cabinet of Ministers;
  • coordinating the cooperation of the institutions specified in the national programme to ensure the implementation of the programme;
  • analysing the practice of public institutions in preventing corruption and the corruption cases detected; submitting proposals to the ministry in question and the State Chancellery to correct the shortcomings identified;
  • collecting and analysing the experience of other countries in preventing and combating corruption;
  • analysing laws and draft laws, proposing amendments to them, and submitting proposals for drafting new laws and regulations.