As reported by Censor.NET citing Radio Svoboda, 118,173 persons submitted their income statements to the Unified State Registry of State Officials' Declarations before the deadline.
The persons authorized to perform functions of central or local authorities were to declare movable property worth more than 100 times the standard minimum wage established as at Jan. 1 of the current financial year.
Among others, the registry contains income statements submitted by the Ukrainian president, the prime minister, and the Verkhovna Rada speaker.
The Internet-based Unified State Registry of State Officials' Declarations was launched at the second attempt in September after a two-week delay. The registry had to be fixed several times for technical reasons after its kickoff while the officials were forced to re-submit their income statements. There have also been reports of cyber attacks on the system.
The launch of the Unified State Registry of Declarations submitted by the Ukrainian senior officials was one of the requirements of the law "On prevention of corruption."
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