After a pause due to Russia's invasion, Ukraine opens the access to e-declaration, the State Anti-Corruption Program, which is necessary, in particular, to start EU accession negotiations
In a 341-1 vote, Ukraine's parliament approved disclosing officials' asset declarations, meeting President Zelenskyy's demand and supporting the country's EU membership bid. The register will open immediately.
Ukraine’s Verkhovna Rada has passed an amended law restoring immediate full electronic declaration of officials’ assets, whereas earlier it was planned to defer it for one year.
Zelenskyy vetoes a recently adopted bill to maintain transparency in electronic asset declarations, saying that e-declarations should be public now, not in a year as the bill suggested.
Ukraine has made the first step to resuming its asset declaration requirements for officials, which was paused with the start of Russia's invasion
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