All Ukrainian deputies will submit their electronic declarations. Such opinion on air of “Prime Evening” on TV channel “112 Ukraine” was expressed by MP of Ukraine Dmytro Dobrodomov.
“I think that hardly any of the deputies will submit the Declaration. The question of what it serves – it will be a separate study. But most importantly, to work for law enforcement, since there are definite criteria. If someone of the officials thinks that it is not serious, then this resistance with the launch of the Declaration was substantiated by the fact that corrupt officials have long puzzled over how to hide it all, and now everything depends on the objectivity of the NACP that will be to check all this,” said Dobrodomov.
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The MP also noted that almost filled his Declaration and was only waiting for the certification to submit it.
Recall, the state service of special communication and protection of information referred to the National Agency for corruption prevention (NACP) the certificate of conformity of the protection system of e-Declaration. Thus NACP can go to the startup registry entry of electronic declarations from September 1 of the current year.
As you know, in Ukraine from 00:00 on 15 August in test mode launched a system of electronic declaring of incomes of officials, but without the data protection mechanism. In NACP were confident that in the near future all the defects of a technical nature will be corrected. However, the Center for combating corruption and a number of MPs believed that starting the system without a security certificate will prevent the bringing corrupt officials to justice. In NACP said that the full launch of the system on 1 September.
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On August 23 at the government meeting Prime Minister Vladimir Groisman told the head NACP Natalia Korchak due to delays in the launch of e-Declaration and demanded to run the system on 1 September, threatening with dismissals. On the same day, the National Agency for prevention of corruption (NACP) has closed the access to the system of electronic Declaration.