A lecture on corruption prevention was held at S. Toraighyrov Pavlodar State University named after in order to form an anti-corruption culture and an atmosphere of intolerance for corruption.

The event was organized by the Department of the Agency of the Republic of Kazakhstan for Civil Service Affairs and Anti-Corruption in Pavlodar region.

The event was attended by the rector of Pavlodar State University Gaukhar Akhmetova, the heads of structural divisions and teaching staff of the university.

A lecture to the audience was conducted by Tynyshtyk Dzhusupov, Deputy Head for Civil Service Affairs and Anti-Corruption.

He told about the basic principles of the Anti-Corruption Strategy of the Republic of Kazakhstan and stressed that legal literacy, civic consciousness and social activity of the population is a requirement for the development of a healthy society that will allow implementing further plans for the development of Kazakhstan and enter the 30 developed countries of the world.

During the event, video clips were shown for the audience, which were devoted to the formation of zero tolerance for any manifestation of corruption in the society.

The lecturer paid special attention to the theme of gifts and encouragement. By the way, gifts exceeding 2 MCI (4538 tenge) are regarded as a corruption element. For the presenter “gift” will result in a fine in an amount of almost four hundred thousand tenge (600 MCI), and the receiver will be punished not only with a fine, but also with imprisonment for a period prescribed by the law of the Republic of Kazakhstan.

In turn, everyone who has prevented a corruption crime has the right to a reward, which ranges from 30 to 100 MCI, depending on its complexity.