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MOSCOW, August 30 (Itar-Tass) — The Russian Prosecutor General's Office (PGO) exposed almost 20,000 regulatory legal acts with corruptogenic hallmarks, First Deputy Prosecutor General Alexander Buksman told reporters on Tuesday.
"An expert examination of laws is the broadest field for the agency's activity. We've scrutinized 312,000 regulatory legal acts for corruptogenic factors in the past six months," Buksman said.
"We've exposed almost 20,000 such acts; of those, more than 15,000 not only contained corruptogenic factor, but contradicted federal legislation.
"We've brought forward almost 5,000 protests and took the corruptogenic factors out of 14,000 regulatory legal acts," the deputy prosecutor said adding that half of those acts were municipal.