Ukraine restores the duty of officials to provide electronic declarations, but not all of the officials' data will be available to the public. This was announced at a press conference by Fedir Venyslavskyi, the President's representative in the Verkhovna Rada and a member of the Parliamentary Committee on Security and Defense.
Venislavsky called the Rada's decision to support President Volodymyr Zelenskyy's veto of e-declarations a really important one.
"The point was that the president insisted that all declarations of high-ranking officials, people's deputies, heads of central executive bodies, heads of the security and defense sector, and other officials whose activities involve increased risks should be publicly available," the People's Deputy emphasized.
Thus, the Parliament supported these initiatives, but taking into account the fact that Ukraine is at war.
According to the new rules, declarations of military personnel whose activities pose a direct threat to their lives and health will remain closed. However, declarations of all public officials will be available to the public around the clock.
In addition, there are restrictions on persons who are in the temporarily occupied territories.
"Representatives of state authorities and local self-government bodies will not be subject to the requirement to open round-the-clock access to these declarations. This is also related to their safety," Venislavsky added.