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Yehor Sobolev, chairman of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on preventing and combating corruption, said that the law "makes all the officials not only declare the property, which they formally own [according to official records], but also the property which formally belongs to other persons, but is, in fact, in possession of these officials" .

Besides, he added, that it is also about the actual property like huge estates or expensive cars that does not officially exist [on paper]"

253 lawmakers out of 334 registered MPs have supported the amendments, an UNIAN correspondent reports.