As of November 10, 2016, some 131,164 documents have been put on the public register of declarations of persons authorised to fulfil functions of the state or local self-government, including over 20,000 updated declarations, Deputy Head of the National Agency for Corruption Prevention (NACP) Ruslan Radetsky has said.
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"As of November 10, 2016, some 20,155 updated declarations had been submitted. At present, there are 131,164 electronic documents in the register, including 105,833 annual declarations of civil servants for 2015. According to preliminary results of the first phase of declaration and NACP operations over the period, some problems to be settled via amending legislation have been established," the press service of NACP reported on Thursday, citing Radetsky.
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The A and B category civil servants submitted 64,826 e-declarations. The number of documents from investigators is 10,947, from prosecutors – 10,159 and judges – 6,996. Local self-government representatives submitted 893 documents, lawmakers – 415 and government – 78.