Son as comisións parlamentarias de investigación un instrumento efectivo de loita contra a corrupción pública?

Parliament is the quintessential place of publicity and the appropriate setting to examine the actions of the Government and its Administration, especially those which might give rise to demand political responsibilities or be suspected of public corruption. Article 76.1 of the Spanish Constitution...

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Main Author: Gude Fernández, Ana
Format: Article
Language:Galician
Published: 2019
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Online Access:https://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/oaiart?codigo=7500380
Source:Administración & cidadanía: revista da Escola Galega de Administración Pública, ISSN 1887-0287, Vol. 14, Nº. 2, 2019, pags. 73-87
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Summary: Parliament is the quintessential place of publicity and the appropriate setting to examine the actions of the Government and its Administration, especially those which might give rise to demand political responsibilities or be suspected of public corruption. Article 76.1 of the Spanish Constitution expressly states that the Congress and the Senate and, when appropriate, both Houses jointly, may appoint fact-finding committees on any matter of pu-blic interest. In this paper we will analyze the role developed in practice by these control mechanisms and whether their current regulation is the most appropriate one.