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MOSCOW, October 30 (Itar-Tass) - President Vladimir Putin will hold a session of the Council on Counteraction to Corruption in the Kremlin here on Wednesday. The results of a checkup of high officials' declarations on incomes and spending are expected to be made public at the panel's meeting.
It is planned to review the implementation of the State policy in the field of efforts to combat corruption, and analyze the effectiveness of legislative and administrative measurs taken in this respect recently. Those present are expected, specifically, to sum up the results of the campaingn to collect income declarations of officials and staff members of state-run companies, the Kremlin press service reports.
"There are proven instances when we consider that we were deliberately deceived," Sergei Ivanov, Head of the RF Presidential Administration, who is in charge of anti-corrution efforts, said earlier about the outcome of the check-up of income declarations. He promised, "We shall announce all this at the end of October when the President will hold the Council's session."