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GORKI, March 13 (Itar-Tass) — Public officers and employees of state corporations and social funds will declare both revenues and expenditures starting from 2012, Presidential Administration Head Sergei Ivanov said after the Tuesday meeting of the Anti-Corruption Council.
“The national anti-corruption plan signed by the Russian president today significantly broadens the number of persons whose revenues and expenditures are subject to control. From now on, such declarations must be submitted not only by public officers, regional and municipal officials, but also employees of the Pension Fund, social funds, state corporations and companies formed to meet state interests,” he said.
If a law on control over public officers’ expenditures is adopted this year, it will enter into force in 2013 and expenditures of officials in 2010-2012 will be subject to declaration, he said.