On March 23rd, the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine obliged the representatives of Anti-Corruption Public Organizations to submit e-declarations. This decision resulted in the extensive debates within the society. We kindly invite you to attend on open debates on “E-Declaration for Anti-Corruption Public Organizations. For or against”. You can address those questions directly to the anti-corruption activists.
The law obliged all members of the Anti-Corruption Public Organizations, including managers and counter-agents to register their income by submitting e-declarations.
According to the author of the law, Tetiana Chornovol, the Deputy of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine: “It is extremely important for those people (members of the anti-corruption public organizations) to submit e-declarations since their activity is subject to corruption risks.”
Her opponents refer to the following arguments:
- Violation of regulations while adopting the law;
- The absence of corruption risks in case of people without the powers of authority;
- Selective approach to categories of individuals required to submit e-declarations;
- Potential risks of prosecuting anti-corruption activists for their activity on the part of the state..
Join the debate and we will get to the bottom of it.
Participants of debate: Viktor Taran, Andrii Marusov, Oleksandr Lemenov, Ivan Omelyan, Maryna Tsapok. The number of representatives of the Anti-Corruption Public Organizations may increase.
The debate will take place on 5.04.17 at 19:00 in the premises of KMArt Space (8/5 Voloska Str).
Please register for the event here: http://bit.ly/2oGJhTb