Ukraine’s National Agency for Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) informed National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) concerning Dmytro Svyatash, Ukraine’s Member of Parliament, who did not mention his debts in the amount of more than $980 in 2016 declaration, as the press office of the service reports.
“NAPC sent NABU reasonable conclusions concerning the declaration of unreliable information in the amount of more than 250 living minimum wages of the able-bodied people,” the message says.
Svyatash did not mention the purchase of flight tickets and financial obligations to the bank in 2015 declaration. Moreover, he did not include the financial obligations to the bank in the declaration of 2016.
Earlier, National Agency for Prevention of Corruption started a full inspection of e-declarations of top-officials over 2017 on April 10. Last year, 816,5 declarations were submitted.