The declaration by officials is one of the most effective tools for preventing corruption in the public sector.
Through the e-declaration system introduced in 2016, currently everyone can find information on the material status of officials who receive a salary from the state budget.
The NACP monitors and checks the declarations of officials to determine whether all declarants submitted declarations and whether the value of their property and their expenses correspond to their income.
If a violation is detected, the declarant may be brought to:
Administrative responsibility, if the amount of the detected inaccurate information does not exceed 250 subsistence minimums. For such a violation, the court may order the declarant to pay a fine.
(Criminal liability under Article 366-1 of the Criminal Code is CANCELED by the decision of the CCU of 27.10.2020 №13-r / 2020)
Criminal responsibility, if the amount of inaccurate information exceeds 250 subsistence minimums. In this case, the declarant may face a fine, correctional labor or imprisonment.
Disciplinary responsibility, if the amount of detected inaccurate information does not exceed 100 subsistence minimums.