NAZK has launched a website for anonymous reporting of corruption

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NAZK launched a site for anonymous reporting on corruption

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The National Agency for the Prevention of Corruption (NAZK) launched the “Unified whistleblower reporting portal”. This portal allows people to anonymously report recorded facts of corruption. This is reported by the press service of the NAKC.

Messages sent through the portal will be sent to experts responsible for detecting corruption, as well as to the NAKC, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau, the National Police and the Prosecutor's Office.

< p>It is planned to connect more than 92 thousand organizations to the portal. Institutions will be connected in stages within 180 working days from the launch date.

Anyone can report corruption, but not everyone can acquire whistleblower status, for which a person can receive a reward.

Status whistleblower in criminal proceedings — this is the first and foremost condition for receiving a reward. The amount of the reward itself is 10% of the monetary amount of the subject of the corruption offense (or of the damage caused to the state), but no more than 3,000 minimum wages, which is 20 million hryvnias.

The reward will be paid based on the results of the court proceedings. affairs.

Prepared by: Serhii Daga