Author(s): Oleg M. Reznik, Vladyslav Shendryk, Olena Zapototska, Evgen Popovich, Maksym Pochtovyi
The article defines international legal documents, the provisions of which are aimed at regulating relations in the field of prevention and counteraction to corruption. On the example of European countries (in particular, the Federal Republic of Germany, Great Britain, Poland) the features of the system of declaration of incomes of civil servants are considered. The main provisions of the United Nations Convention against Corruption and the Criminal Law Convention on Combating Corruption of the Council of Europe on measures to overcome and counteract corruption, including by introducing a system of compulsory declaration of incomes by civil servants are highlighted. The historical aspects of the formation and formation of anti-corruption legislation of Ukraine in accordance with European standards are analyzed, as well as the analysis of the norms of the current legislation of Ukraine, which regulates the peculiarities of electronic declaration. On the basis of the analysis of the norms of legislation on prevention of corruption, electronic declarations have been classified.