National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NAPC) has launched a full review of another 96 declarations by parliament members, including 65 deputies of Ukraine and 14 deputies of local councils. This was reported by the NAPC press service.
In total, since the beginning of 2021, the NAPC has checked 1,183 declarations of officials.
Ex officio (in order of priority), the NAPC checked 63 people's deputies. Among them are Nestor Shufrych, Fedir Venislavsky, Danylo Hetmantsev, Dmytro Razumkov, Ruslan Stefanchuk.
Based on the results of the monitoring of the way of life, the NAPC started checking the declarations submitted by 4 persons, in particular, parliamentarian Taras Batenko.
According to the results of the risk analysis in the declarations with digital tools, NAPC specialists started an inspection of 16 people.
Based on reports of possible false declarations from citizens, journalists and law enforcement officers, the NAPC checked 12 people for verification.
Up to 120 calendar days are provided for full verification of declarations. If there are grounds, the inspection may be extended, but not more than for 60 calendar days.
As it was reported earlier, police investigators announced the suspicion of misappropriation of budget funds by the director of a contractor repairing roads in several villages in Zhytomyr region.