Ukraine's NACP rep explains how persons with false e-declarations will be punished
- 10.11.2016, 10:11,
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Deputy Head of the National Agency for Corruption Prevention (NACP) Ruslan Radetsky has explained a mechanism for punishing persons who provided false information in their e-declarations.
"If a different information in declarations and data we would receive is established, the NACP will ask the declarants to explain the discrepancies," he said at the presentation of the project on monitoring the way of living of persons authorised to fulfil functions of the state or local self-government in Kyiv.
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Radetsky said that NACP would use databases of registers of public agencies and other sources of information.
"If there are [discrepancies in information provided in e-declarations], NACP will fully check the declarations. After the examination, an administrative case will be opened and the administrative paper will be sent to court to punish the declarants," he said.