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On the issue of lobbying regulation in Australia

Agapov Igor' Olegovich'

Junior Scientific Associate, Ural Law Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia

620057, Russia, Sverdlovskaya oblast', g. Ekaterinburg, ul. Korepina, 66

aio350@mail.ru
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DOI:

10.7256/2409-7136.2015.11.1645

Review date:

25-12-1969


Publish date:

06-11-2015


Abstract.

The subject of the research is lobbying activity in Australia and the way of its legal mediation. The author provides a brief historical review of the legislative initiatives of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia aimed at the regulation of public relations between public officers and the representatives of private interests. The author focuses on the national peculiarities of the Australian scheme of regulation of lobbying relations which manifest themselves, primarily, in the form of unification of norms regulating the activities of “mercenaries” – the code of conduct. The author briefly analyzes the existing acts adopted in different periods of time by the states of Australia. The author applies various general scientific and special research methods, namely the historical, logical, systems-structural, formal-logical methods and others. The novelty of the research lies in the revelation of another national way of lobbying regulation which can be added to the collection of actively studied models of legal regulation of lobbying: American, Canadian, British, German, “European”. Australian experience shows that it is not necessary to issue a special law to regulate lobbyism. 

Keywords: Australia, lobbying activity, lobbying, lobbyist, hired gun, regulation, code of conduct, official, government, parliament
This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

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Warhurst J. The Lobbying Code of Conduct: An Appraisal. Democratic Audit Discussion Paper 4/08, April 2008. 6 s.
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Australian Democrats, Lobbying Code of Conduct: Senator Andre Murray. URL: http://www.democrats.org.au/news/index.htm?press_id=6538
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Lateline, New draft conduct laws for professional lobbyists. URL: http://www.abc.net.au/lateline/content/2007/s2218081.htm
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Australian Government, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet, Register of Lobbyists, Who is on the Register. URL: http://lobbyists.pmc.gov.au/who_register.cfm
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Australian Government, Statement of Ministerial Standards, 2013. 9 s.
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McKeown D. Who pays the piper? Rules for lobbying governments in Australia, Canada, UK and USA. Parliamentary Library, 2014. 28 s
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