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This paper explores theoretical foundations and methods of parliamentarians’ performance monitoring comparatively. Combating political corruption, enhancing accountability and the rule of law as a basis of monitoring are discussed in the first part of the paper. In the second part, monitors parliamentarians conducts via rules of conduct as part of the internal control system has been studied and its differences with other types of regulatory rules mentioned. In the following, rules of conduct principles such as honesty and truthfulness, priority of public interests over personal interests, independence, non-discrimination, transparency and so have been discussed. Finally, the most common methods of monitoring, external and internal monitoring bodies, sanctions of violating rules of conduct and its impact upon parliamentary immunity of the representatives have been studied.
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