“After reviewing the information available to me, I have determined that the code of conduct violation appears to have been unintentional,” Greenberg said, adding that the case was closed.
The investigation was launched in mid-April because Murthy has a stake in a child care company, TASS reports. Greenberg needed to know if the wife of the Head of Government could benefit from the decision of the Ministry of Finance, which in March increased the amount of support for families with young children, guaranteeing them free hours in nurseries.
Sunak previously stated that he met the necessary requirements, informing in advance that his wife is a co-owner of this company, but admitted that the corresponding document was not officially published in its entirety.
As a result of the investigation, the commissioner demanded that Sunak make the necessary changes to the statement. “I am glad that the issue is resolved with amendments,” said the Prime Minister.