The second wave of e-declaration is planned to last from January 1, 2017 to April 1. Deputy Chairman of the NationalAgency on Corruption Prevention Ruslan Radetzky said this at the briefing.
"The subjects of public law will also submit a declaration, but they will be able to do this in the second wave. The directors of public enterprises, the heads of government agencies, utility companies also will submit their declarations in the second wave. The second wave of e-declaration is planned to start on January 1, 2017 and will end on April 1, 2017", he said.
Radetzky also said that among those who passed the declaration on the first stage, in the first place will be checked e-declarations of deputies, prosecutors and judges.
"First of all, we will pay our attention to the deputies, prosecutors and judges. We will review this category and then report about the results", he said.
It should be noted that today ended the first stage of filing the electronic declarations for declaring entities that take a responsible and highly responsible position.
Recall, the system of e-declaration started its work on September 1, 2016 and therefore the last day, when it was possible to submit e-declarations, was October 30, 2016.