Author(s): Kateryna Chyzhmar, Tetiana Kolomiets, Oleksii Dniprov, Oleksandr Sydorov, Kristina Rezvorovich
The article is devoted to the study of the peculiarities of the legal regime of information, which is indicated in the e-declarations of persons authorized to perform the functions of state or local self-government. In particular, the European experience of providing information by civil servants in e-declarations regarding conflict of interest and income is highlighted drawing on the example of the UK. It is defined what legal document regulates the issues of combating corruption in the European community in general, and what state level regulations in Ukraine regulate the peculiarities of the legal regime of information in e-declarations of civil servants. The content of the provisions of the current Ukrainian legislation, which defines the legal regime of information in e-declarations of persons authorized to perform the functions of state or local self-government, is disclosed. A distinction is made between the system of e-declaring in most European countries and Ukraine in the context of the difference in information provided by civil servants in e-declarations.