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An intransigent stance by anti-corruption agencies led to the adoption of the CCU decision – NACP Head Novikov

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An intransigent stance by anti-corruption agencies led to the adoption of the CCU decision – NACP Head Novikov

An intransigent stance of anti-corruption agencies on all issues relating to their competence has led to the decision by the Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CCU) on the unconstitutionality of certain provisions of the Law “On Corruption Prevention,” – Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Oleksandr Novikov shared in “Svoboda Slova” program on ICTV channel.

“The NACP began comprehensive checks of declarations only in May this year.  Full inspections became one of the reasons for the CCU to adopt the decision.  Since May alone, the NACP revealed half a billion hryvnias of undeclared assets, and another 900 million hryvnias were concealed by the previous NACP. NACP funding has been 400 million hryvnias.  In 9 months of work, we revealed 1.4 billion hryvnias of undeclared assets,” — Oleksandr Novikov explains.

He added that without amending the decision of the CCU, no law will be able to fully restore the anti-corruption system.

“Any draft laws submitted by various factions will not make any sense unless the issue with the Constitutional Court is resolved.  Until Parliament regains subjectivity, the Constitutional Court will repeal any decisions that Parliament may adopt, without providing any grounds for it,” – summarized Oleksandr Novikov.

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