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Officials will withdraw undeclared income

Officials will withdraw undeclared income
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The Ministry of Justice of Russia is developing a mechanism for withdrawing from civil servants not only property, but also funds from accounts, the legality of the receipt of which they cannot confirm. The bill is being prepared as part of the National Anti-Corruption Plan for 2018-2020 years.

Now the law in force since January 2013 allows the Prosecutor General's Office to convert real estate, cars and securities of officials into state income if the owner does not confirm the legality of their acquisition, and their total value exceeds the official family income for the last three years. Now the Ministry of Justice will develop a mechanism for circulation in income and cash, if their amount is greater than the income of the official and his spouse (spouse) for the specified period and they have not provided information confirming the legality of receiving this money.

As noted by TASSThe practice of applying the new anti-corruption powers of prosecutors is gaining momentum in the country. If in 2016, only prosecutors of Primorye and the Oryol region sued, in 2017, the courts already had 40 claims for 2,4 property for billion rubles. By the end of 2017, the courts granted the first 36 of such claims for 12 billion rubles.