Ukraine's anti-graft agency opens access to military prosecutors' assets declarations
Ukraine's National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) has opened access to military prosecutors' assets declarations.
"Today, the National Agency has completed work on opening access to military prosecutors' declarations in the public part of the register. Some 596 documents concerning 117 persons have been made public," the agency said on Facebook on October 7.
According to UNIAN, Chief Military Prosecutor Viktor Chumak lifted special security measures dated March 31, 2017, under which documents of certain officials of the military prosecutor's office were classified information.
Press Secretary of the chief military prosecutor Yevhenia Slivko explained in a comment for UNIAN that it meant that the NACP would have to open access to military prosecutors' assets declarations for 2017-2019. All assets declarations to be submitted by prosecutors will be made publicly available in future, she said.
Each citizen will have the opportunity to find such documents in the unified state register of assets declarations submitted by government officials and posted on the NACP's website.