The Prosecutor General’s office of Ukraine by results of the analysis of the data, e-declarations, established that 7 people’s deputies violated the law, engaged in parallel with the parliamentary, in other paid activities. About it reported in a press-Department service.
“Despite the acquisition of parliamentary powers, these persons continued to engage in other paid activities, to be part of the Board, other Executive or controlling bodies, enterprises, organizations, with the aim of making a profit”, – specify to the GPU, adding that one of the deputies of the Declaration stated the income from such activities.
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It is noted that failure to comply with these restrictions is an offence related to corruption and entail administrative liability under part 1 and part 2 of article 172-4 of the code of Ukraine on administrative offences.
The Prosecutor General’s office sent the collected materials to NACP for appropriate action by the Agency.
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Earlier, the GPU on the audit information from the Single registry of electronic declarations of officials found evidence of failure to provide or untimely provision of information about significant changes in the property status of people’s deputies and other entities Declaration. The Prosecutor said that the four parliamentarians who, after September 1 of the current year purchased a vehicle or received income from the alienation of property, within ten days has not reported to the national Agency for prevention of corruption (NACP) by submission in the Register of declarations.
As reported, the NAB will publish the first results of inspections of e-declarations of the officials at the end of November.
We will remind, on October 31, the first stage of submission of electronic declarations for the subjects of declaring, who is responsible and very responsible position. The head of the NACP Natalia Korchak said that checking e-declarations can take months.
Recently, NACP presented the draft of the procedure for monitoring the lifestyle of the declarants. In particular, the representatives of NACP want to participate in searches from the declarants for monitoring lifestyle.