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Violation of the requirements of financial control by the subjects of declaration and ways to avoid them

Part 2 of Art. 65 of the Law of Ukraine “On Prevention of Corruption” states that a person who has committed a corruption or corruption-related offense, but the court did not apply to him punishment in the form of deprivation of the right to hold certain positions or engage in certain activities related to state functions or local self-government, shall be subject to disciplinary action in the manner prescribed by law.

Please note that the restriction on the prohibition of a person dismissed from office in connection with prosecution for a corruption offense to engage in activities related to the performance of state or local government functions is set solely by a reasoned court decision, unless otherwise provided by law .

However, in accordance with Part 1 of Article 84 of the Law of Ukraine “On Civil Service”, the grounds for termination of civil service in connection with the loss of the right to civil service or its restriction are:
3) entry into force of a court decision to bring a civil servant to administrative responsibility for a corruption or corruption-related offense;

In this case, the subject of appointment is obliged to dismiss the civil servant within three days from the date of occurrence or establishment of such a fact.

In addition, in accordance with the provisions of Article 59 of the Law of Ukraine “On Prevention of Corruption”, information on persons prosecuted for committing corruption or corruption-related offenses is entered into the Unified State Register of Persons Who Have Committed Corruption or Related with corruption is an offense formed and maintained by the National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption.

According to the provisions of Article 19 of the Law of Ukraine “On Civil Service”, a person who has been subject to administrative penalties for corruption or corruption-related offenses may not enter the civil service within three years from the date of entry into force of the relevant court decision.

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