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The draft law on electronic land auctions will reduce the level of corruption in the land market
The draft law No. 2195 that proposes the introduction of e-auctions for sales of land plots in the state and communal ownership will significantly reduce corruption risks in the land market. This is mentioned in the analytical review to the draft law produced by the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (the NACP). The draft Anti-Corruption Strategy for 2020–2024 establishes that free privatization of state and communal lands is the biggest source of corruption in land relations, contrary to purchase of lands at electronic auctions. Thus, in order to ensure transparency of the land m...
How does the Register of Declarations help to detect violations for hundreds of millions of hryvnias?
The Constitutional Court of Ukraine (CCU) as a result of its decision that caused the collapse of the anti-corruption system, declared provisions regarding publicity of the Unified State Register of Declaration (paragraphs 2-3 of part 1 of Article 47 of the Law of Ukraine “On Corruption Prevention”) unconstitutional. It was detrimental to those who actively used the Register: journalists, whistleblowers, and active citizens. To implement the CCU’s decision, the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (the NACP) terminated access to the public part of the Registry. It was only due to the ...
Criminal liability for stating false information in e-declarations must be restored by the end of December – NACP statement
The National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) highlights the vital importance of restoring criminal liability for false information in officials' declarations by the end of this year. Only then it is possible to prosecute dishonest officials for lying in the declarations for 2020. We would like to note that according to the Criminal Code of Ukraine, any changes to it must be introduced by a separate law. Therefore, in order to return criminal liability for stating false information in the declaration, a separate document should be developed, the rapid adoption of which is possible onl...
How did the Decision of the CCU complicate the verification of information in the reports by political parties?
A recent ruling by the Constitutional Court (CCU) has significantly complicated the process of analyzing the financial statements of political parties. Thus, the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) has lost the right to send requests for information to businesses and individuals, and thus fully verify the information in the reports. Below is the outline of the major consequences of such a change. Why is this important? Prior to the CCU’s decision, the NACP could verify whether data in the financial reports of political parties corresponded to their actual revenues and e...
Members of Parliament, Judges and the Minister: 62 cases will not be considered by the courts because of the Decision by the CCU
Due to the adoption of the decision of the Constitutional Court of Ukraine dated 27.10.2020 No. 13-р/2020, the National Agency of Corruption Prevention (NACP) was forced to file motions to the court to close proceedings in 62 cases. These include cases on the following officials: Oleh Hladkovskyi, ex-first deputy of the CNSD Secretary; Oleksandr Tupytskyi, Constitutional Court of Ukraine’s chief judge; Oleh Liashko, ex-Member of Parliament; Nestor Shufrych, Member of Parliament; Serhii Taruta, Member of Parliament; Ihor Nasalyk, ex-Minister of Energy and Coal Industry; ...
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 ...
Oleksandr Novikov
Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention Appointed the Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention by the Decree of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine No. 2-r of January 15, 2020. Reception: +38(044) 200-08-30 Biography Oleksandr Novikov was born on March 6, 1982 in Sumy, Ukraine. In 2004 he graduated from the Yaroslav Mudryi National Law University the Wise with a degree in law. He worked in the prosecutor's office of Sumy region for about 8 years - from 2004 to 2012. In 2012-2014 he worked as a prosecutor of the Department for the Protection of Fina...
Ivan Presniakov
Deputy Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention Reception: +38(044)200-08-21 Ivan Presniakov graduated from Kyiv-Mohyla Academy with a degree in political science. He also studied at the Center for Social Studies at the Institute of Philosophy and Sociology of the Polish Academy of Sciences, where he received a master's degree (MA degree with merit) in "Society and Politics", a diploma issued by the University of Lancaster, UK. He worked in non-governmental organizations and think tanks, such as the International Center for Policy Studies, the Ukrainian Institute of Pub...
Roman Sukhostavets
Deputy Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention Reception: +38(044)200-08-21 Roman Sukhostavets graduated from Sumy National Agrarian University with a degree in law and Ukrainian Academy of Banking of the National Bank of Ukraine with a degree in economics. In 2014-2015 he served in the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Since 2015, he has been actively involved in advocating human rights protection and countering corruption in Ukraine. In 2016, he was elected to the Public Integrity Council. He has participated in many national and international judicial reform activities...
Oleksandr Starodubtsev
Deputy Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention Reception: +38(044)200-08-22 Oleksandr Starodubtsev graduated from National Technical University «Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute», received a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from the Kyiv-Mohyla Business School, and was one of the first participants in the Ukrainian Emerging Leaders Program at the Stanford University (USA). One of the initiators of the public procurement reform "Prozorro", co-founder of the civic platform "New Country" and the educational initiative "Open University of Maidan". He headed the Na...
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