Anti-corruption audit showed that Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman in the electronic Declaration for the year 2016 had provided “accurate and reliable data with no signs of illicit enrichment and conflict of interest.” This was referred to in the decision of the National Agency for prevention of corruption No. 891 of October 5th.
Groysman is not the individual businessman, assured in the Department. Not found data about the fact that in 2016 could be in the founders/managers of legal entities.
Last year the Prime Minister received income in the form of wages at the main place of work (in the first quarter as the speaker of the Verkhovna Rada, then – as the head of government). Income Groisman happened from the rental property lease, lease or sublease, as well as from the sale of real estate.
The Prime Minister has no “significant shareholdings” (more than one tenth of the share capital) in any companies, according to the NACP.
For the year 2016 in the Declaration, were listed more than 15 million UAH of income.
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