At the moment MPs does not accept any liability for the failure to submit or untimely submission of declarations. The constitutional Committee of the state Duma recommends to adopt the law on deprivation of deputies of such mandate.
MOSCOW, 19 Oct. The constitutional state Duma Committee recommended on Monday the lower house of Parliament to adopt in the second reading the draft law on deprivation of the Deputy mandate is not declared in the period income and expenses.
Under current law, deputies and Federation Council members annually by April 1 submit information about income, expenses, property and property liabilities of themselves, their spouses and minor children. However, the responsibility for the failure to submit or untimely submission of this information is missing.
To eliminate this legal gap, the MPs suggest the obligation to submit the specified information and special responsibility in the form of early termination of powers. This type of responsibility is already provided for opening accounts (deposits), store cash and values in foreign banks located outside Russian territory, possession and (or) use foreign financial instruments.
For the second reading the MPs have prepared amendments to the Declaration, to inform about the conflict of interest and close accounts abroad will be obliged deputies of all levels — working on a permanent and non-permanent basis, and persons holding municipal positions.