Press Secretary of the President of Russia Dmitry Peskov
On Tuesday, January 24, a journalist from Komsomolskaya Pravda invited the official representative of the Kremlin to speak on this topic…
… – Dmitry Sergeevich, today in the State Duma, at the second reading, they are discussing and adopting a law that will allow deputies of all levels and senators of the Federation Council to submit, but not publish, declarations on property and income from March 1 of this year. How does the Kremlin see this initiative? Will the president sign such a law? And the officials, including those of the Administration of the President of Russia, as well as the head of state, the press secretary and others, will not follow the example of the “people’s deputies”, as they used to be called?
– Well, let’s wait after all, when this bill will come out in its final form, – explained Peskov. – Of course, the conditions of a special military operation bring their own details.
But the main thing, probably, is that the filing of the statement will continue for everyone, including officials.
This is a mandatory condition, and – already developed system. And the anti-corruption agencies continue their activities, they continue to verify the data that is sent, including the officials.
This work will continue…
– Yes it is. Thanks.