Source: Danas | Wednesday, 02.03.2005.| 15:00
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Officials in Serbia are to submit reports on their property and incomes, as well as property and incomes of their families and spouses

Starting from March 2, 2005, 30-day period starts during which all officials in Serbia have to submit reports on their property and incomes, in accordance with Law on Prevention of Conflict of Interests. The reports, of which forms will be published in Official Gazette, should be submitted by all officials, theirs spouses, families and all related persons.


Reports on property and incomes, according to estimates, will be submitted by nearly 10,000 officials. All data will be inputted in the registry updated by Republic Board, along with control of accuracy of delivered information.

Law on Prevention of Conflict of Interests regulates obligation of all officials to submit report on property and incomes within 15 days from the day of appointment. All selected and appointed persons are obliged to submit such reports once a year during the lasting of mandate and two years after expiration of mandate.

President of Republic Board, Milovan Dedijer, points out that the information collected in this way will not be shown to public, except in case of violation of Law on Prevention of Conflict of Interests.

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