Ukraine’s National Agency to Prevent Corruption is currently checking about 3,000 digital declarations of incomes of Ukrainian citizens; these were filed by leaders of the state and highly-ranked officials from the Parliament, Cabinet and Prosecutor General’s Office. Ruslan Radetsky, deputy head of the Agency, said this in the commentary for 112 Ukraine TV channel.
According to him, phase one of the nation-wide declaration was complete when President, Premier, ministers, MPs and top officials from the Prosecutor General’s Office filed their documents. The reulsts of phase two will be assessed on Monday, he said.
‘A lot of declarations were filed by the people who couldn’t file them by April 1, so the deadline for application was extended by May 1. We’re talking about 800-900,000 declarations,’ Radetsky said.