Starting January 1, 2017 will expand the range of subjects of electronic Declaration. This is stated in the message of the National Agency for prevention of corruption.

“The second wave will cover a greater range of subjects electronic Declaration”, – said the Deputy Chairman of the NACP Ruslan Radetsky.

Under the second wave of electronic declaring will go, those who have already filled in the online Declaration for the year 2015, meaning all without exception of persons authorized to perform state functions or local self-government and equivalent officers, a legal entity of public law.

As of November 10, 2016 was filed 20 155 fixed returns. Currently, the Registry is already 131 164 of the electronic document, of which 105 833 is an annual Declaration of civil servants in 2015.

As previously reported, late in 2015, has filed an annual Declaration of nine deputies: Shukhevych Yuriy-Bohdan, Alexander Dubinin, Isaikin Constantine, Shkirya Igor, Kostanjevec Irina Dimitrenko, Oleg, Anatoly Girshfeld, Suprunenko Oleksandr and Vyacheslav Boguslayev. November 8 in the Unified state register of declarations of persons authorized to perform state functions or local self-government, there was no annual declarations of 2015 of three more MPs: Maria Matios, Alexander Onishchenko and Sergey Klyuev.

The period for mandatory filing for civil servants expired on 30 October 2016. President Petro Poroshenko summarized the results of this process.

See also: Judges, prosecutors, members: money of officials in simple charts

NACP: Since January, the number of electronic declarations in the registry will increase 17.11.2016

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