Head of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) Natalia Korchak wrote on Facebook, Censor.NET reports.
"The e-declaration system is obviously operational as of today, although it requires some technical adjustments. This is normal. The system is secure, certified, and viable, which is crucial!" Korchak stressed.
"We (NAPC) have recorded only 30 users' complaints regarding the misspelled e-mail address, difficulties during registration and use of the personal account," Korchak noted.
She assured that the detected errors were not critical and would be fixed in no time.
"The Unified State Register of income declarations of persons authorized to perform state or local self-government functions is operational! It has happened in spite of all fictional complexity, malfunctions, and failures voiced and spread by the National Agency's 'friends'," the NAPC head emphasized once again.