Last year 816,509 declarations were filed in the State Unified Declaration Register for the individuals, who are in charge of performing the state’s functions or local governance. The press-office of the National Agency for Anti-Corruption made the data public on April 1.
The representatives of the agency added that another stage of declarations presentation started on January 1 and ended on April 1.
“The main problems the declaration subjects faced were the following – lost passwords to the e-signature, the expiration of the e-declaration, late change of the mail box, as they were on Russian mail services – mail.ru, list.ru, yandex.ru and others, mistakes in surnames, tax payer ID, spelling of surnames, names and patronyms in Russian etc.,” the report says.
“For another year in a row, the declaration subjects show a weak organization in declarations’ filling, creation of drafts, check of the validity of the e-signature, of the account’s data etc.,” the press-office of the agency added.
“The National Agency, including its authorized people, is to work on the check of the declarations submitted,” the agency added.
Earlier, the deadline for e-declaration submission expired on March 31. Only 40% of declarants in Ukraine declared their income over the week before the deadline. This index runs at 20% in some of the regions.
The National Agency for Anti-Corruption has accomplished over the last year the following matters:
- Conducted the check of 634 declarations;
- Made 143 decisions concerning the end of the inspections;
- Sent 49 protocols on violations to the court.
Almost 1,5 million declarations were submitted in 2017. Therefore, if the National Agency for Anti-Corruption continues working in such way, hundreds of years will be required to finish the job.