NACP plans to change procedure for conducting full verification of declarations
The National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) intends to make changes in the procedure for conducting a full audit of electronic declarations, Head of the National Agency on Corruption Prevention (NACP) Natalia Korchak has said.
"Together with the Public Lustration Committee and Sasha Drik we decided to approach the changes in the procedure for full verification of the declarations. The public made suggestions, the NACP will process and prepare a draft decision on clarification to the order," Korchak wrote on Facebook on Wednesday.
According to her, the proposals primarily concern the criteria by which NACP's authorized persons make a decision to start the audit. "I am referring to the grounds according to which the applicants' motion to the agency with the requirement to verify the declaration of a declarant, based on the arguments outlined in the motion, in fact become the primary sources of the verification," the NACP head said.
In particular, she said, among the proposals submitted there are those with which the NACP fully or partially agree, "those that are not at all agreed with, and those that other government bodies and law enforcement agencies should provide a response to, in addition to NACP."