Selection of officers is performed according to demanding entry tests.
If the selection for officer posts was carried out on the basis of demanding entry tests, it would not be possible that a high number of persons linked to governing political parties without the necessary expertise, but with a higher motivation to the realisation of particular interests instead of public interest would get to the public administration.
- Art. 7 (1) of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, 14 December 2005
- Staff Working Document, European Commission, Report on the Czech Republic, (COM(2015) 85 final), p. 25
- Report of the European Commission on the fight against corruption in the EU, Annex Czech Republic, Annex 3, COM(2014) 38 final , p. 11
- Czech Government Anti-corruption Conception for years 2015 - 2017,chap. 2.1.1., p. 5
- Czech Government Anti-corruption Action Plan for 2015, chap. 1, p. 6
- Public Money and Corruption Risks – A Comparative Analysis, Frank Bold, 2013, p. 76
- REST. Depolitisation of the civil service, Reconstruction of the State [online], 2013, principles 2 and 3
- Transparency International: Corruption risks in the Visegrad Countries – Visegrad Integrity System Study, 2012, p. 18 a 68
- Transparency International - Czech Republic, Professionalisation of the state administration and the Civil Servants Act, Policy paper , Prague, June 2012, p. 25
- Vondráček, O., Havrda, M., 21 recipes – Anti-corruption cookbook, Recipe 9: Integrity and professionalism of public administration, December 2013
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