In 2015, Acting Head of the State Fiscal Service of Ukraine Myroslav Prodan transferred ownership of his 2012 Lexus RX 350 to his 70-year-old mother Svitlana.
Judge of the Superior Economic Court and candidate to the new Supreme Court Malvina Danylova together with her son has accumulated solid wealth and purchased posh real estate property and luxurious cars without working a single year in business.
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 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.
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.
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.
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.
119 people's deputies who declared at least 1 million hryvnia ($38,443) of cash assets, received housing compensation from the state budget in 2015.
Head of the Zaporizhia regional state administration Kostiantyn Bryl's income statement will only be published upon SBU decision.
MP Mykhailo Dobkin denies that his brother has purchased a luxury tour, claiming it was just one of the tour operator’s offers.
Volia Narodu Group MP Serhii Melnychuk said he declared 1 trillion hryvnia ($38.6 billion) in cash in order to draw attention to the ill-conceived procedure of electronic declarations, which should not only reveal wealth of state officials but also punish for corruption.
Deputy Chairman of Petro Poroshenko Bloc (PPB) parliamentary faction Anatolii Matvienko says he became the owner of the church in the village of Byrlivka in the Bershad district of the Vinnytsia region to subsequently transfer the ownership to the community.
Anders Fogh Rasmussen, the former NATO secretary-general, called the introduction of the Internet-based Unified State Registry of State Officials' Declarations in Ukraine an important step in the fight against corruption which the whole of Europe should applaud for.
According to officially published income statements, Ukrainian MPs keep more than 6.7 billion hryvnia ($258.620 million) in cash.