Author(s): Drozd Oleksii, Sabluk Serhii, Nykytiuk Yaroslav Yarmaki Khrystofor, Mikhnevych Liudmyla
Description: The purpose of the article is to analyze the peculiarities of organization and operation of anti-corruption courts in some countries of the world (in the Philippines, Slovakia and Indonesia). The subject of the study: The subject of the study is to examine some aspects of foreign experience in the organization and operation of anti-corruption courts. Methodology: Research methods are chosen based on the object, subject and purpose of the study. The study used general scientific and special methods of legal science. Among them: dialectical, logical, historical methods, method of system analysis, system-structural and comparative-legal methods. The results of the study: The results of the study showed that the practice of establishing anti-corruption courts in the world has a long history, and has already proven, or vice versa-has denied its effectiveness. Practical implications: As a result of the research, the authors identified both the shortcomings and the benefits of organization and operation of anti-corruption courts in each of the studied countries, which allows us to adopt and implement only global best practice. Value/originality: This is the first thorough study in Ukraine, dedicated to the research of the peculiarities of organization and operation of anti-corruption courts in selected countries of the world.