President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko signed a law obliging members of anti-corruption NGOs to file electronic income statements.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko and representatives of NGOs agreed to establish a working group to review changes to the e-declaration law that require anti-corruption activists to declare their income and assets.
E-declarations verification procedure drafted by the National Agency for Corruption Prevention (NACP) is contrary to the Constitution of Ukraine and common sense.
The National Agency for Corruption Prevention (NACP) reminds of the beginning of the second round of submitting electronic income and asset declarations by public officials.
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Ukraine (PGO) initiated further audit of e-declarations filed by the members of Ukrainian parliament
National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) investigates seven criminal proceedings it has initiated after screening the information submitted by the officials in the income statements.
The National Anti-Corruption Bureau (NABU) has instituted four criminal proceedings upon the results of examining electronic declarations of Ukrainian public officials.
The Prosecutor General's Office of Ukraine has found administrative violations in electronic income statements of 53 MPs.
On Nov. 17, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) instituted three criminal proceedings in connection with illegal enrichment, based on the analysis of electronic assets and income declarations, including two against MPs, and one against a representative of the judiciary.
Judge of the Supreme Economic Court Malvina Danylova did not include in her income statement the $500,000 recently taken from her house by robbers.
About $500,000 in cash, a non-lethal piston and a rifle have been stolen from the house of judge of Superior Economic Court of Ukraine Malvina Danylova. During the robbery, three criminals tied the judge and her partner up.
President Petro Poroshenko's allies MP Ihor Kononenko and National Security Council Deputy Secretary Oleh Hladkovskyi own villas in Spain.
Aged 25, Olena Bobita, a prosecutor at Kyiv's Obolon district prosecutor's office, possesses four apartments, two luxury cars and affords regular trips to the Dominican Republic and Egypt. Surprisingly, her annual salary makes 75,000 hryvnia ($2,870). Salary of her husband, also a prosecutor, made 87,000 ($3,330) in 2015.
President of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko included in his e-declaration additional 1.92 million hryvnia he received as interest on deposits in International Investment Bank.
The launch of the electronic declaration system in Ukraine has removed all obstacles on its way to obtain the visa-free travel to the EU.
Member of the European Parliament Michal Boni considers e-declaration to be a tool to fight corruption, not to evaluate the wealth of officials and politicians.
Head of the Zaporizhia regional state administration Kostiantyn Bryl's income statement will only be published upon SBU decision.
British Ambassador to Ukraine Judith Gough welcomes the completion of online income statement filing period, calling the move a great achievement of Ukraine's civil society and government.