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PM calls on Parliament speed up establishment of National Anti-Corruption Bureau
11.12.2014 | 15:28
Information and Communication Department of the Secretariat of the CMU

"The establishment of a National Anti-Corruption Bureau requires a special procedure, and the Parliament finally decides who will manage it. I appeal to MPs to speed up this process and jointly with the President to launch this body," Prime Minister of Ukraine Arseniy Yatsenyuk stressed presenting the Action Program of the Government at the Parliament on Thursday, December 11.

The Prime Minister said that the establishment of a National Anti-Corruption Bureau had been provided in a first package of "the most tough and reformist laws against corruption", adopted two months ago, one of which had been submitted by the President, four by the Government of Ukraine.

It was also approved a law that provides the creation of a National Anti-Corruption Commission: "According to this law, all the declarations of officials will be published in the electronic database. Also, the law entitles a national anti-corruption body to engage in so-called monitoring of a public servant’s life in order to check whether the declaration coincides with the reality."

Arseniy Yatsenyuk emphasized that in the framework of an anti-corruption package of legislation it is provided the "disclosure of all databases and registries about all the assets and property belonging to officials," including land property: "That's the reason why we need to finally disclose the data of the State land cadastre, which holds all the databases on the land."

 

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