NACP to conduct full audit of asset declarations of 220 officials
As of August this year, the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption (NAPC) has decided to carry out a full audit of the declarations of 220 officials for 2015 and 2016, according to the agency's website.
As of August this year, NAPC has reviewed information on 376 applications received from individuals or legal entities from the media and other sources.
"Based on this information, NAPC has made a decision to conduct a full verification of the declaration of a person authorized to perform the functions of the state or local self-government, on 220 subjects of declaration and 265 declarations submitted by them for 2015 and 2016," the report says.
NABU detains ex-prosecutor at Boryspil airport on charges of asset declaration fraudThe NAPC noted that, based on the results of the consideration of information in appeals, decisions were made to refuse to conduct a full audit of 156 officials.
It is also noted that the NAPC by its decisions on the results of the full verification of the declarations of persons authorized to perform the functions of the state or local government will establish whether the data reported are accurate. "In case when inaccurate data are recorded, NAPC informs the declarant and their employer. Also, if the act entails no administrative or criminal liability, the NAPC submits a precept or submits case materials to special authorized bodies in the field of combating corruption: NABU, PGO, and MIA. By its separate decision, NAPC compiles and submits protocols on administrative violations to court," the ministry explained.