Reforms Council insists on 'zero' e-declarations for all Ukrainians
Head of Ukraine's National Reforms Council Dmytro Shymkiv says that obligatory one-time, or so-called zero electronic declarations will be introduced in future for all Ukrainian citizens, who will have to provide information about their assets, property and income.
"The introduction of the zero declarations for all citizens of Ukraine is an important part of the reform," he said at a briefing on Monday, October 31.
This will be the next stage of the anti-corruption reform after the electronic declaration of senior government officials, which was completed on October 30. The e-declaration system was launched on September 1, 2016.
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