Non-corrupt and professional public administration
— #66 Financial liability for the violation of the obligation to publish public-private contracts in the public register
A liability for not having published the contract between a public and private entity, including the liability of the manager of the relevant public entity, is laid down in the law.
If there was a statutory liability for the breach of the obligation to public a contract concluded between the public institution and the private subject, including a pecuniary liability of the head of the public institution in question, the obligation to publish these contracts would be effectively enforceable.
- Public Money and Corruption Risks – A Comparative Analysis, Frank Bold, 2013, p. 79, 82, 83
- Kohout P. andcoll., Collection of texts of a working group for the fight against corruption, National Economic Government Council, June 2011, p. 44 - 45
- Vondráček, O., Havrda, M., 21 recipes – Anti-corruption cookbook, Recipe 11: Control of management of public funds, December 2013
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