Zelensky’s office called possible incentives for accusers of corruption
The mechanisms for protecting and encouraging the accusers of corruption were discussed in the office of the Ukrainian leader Vladimir Zelensky with representatives of public organizations and international partners of Ukraine in the fight against corruption.
This was reported by the press service of the President of Ukraine.
“Accusers reporting large-scale corruption schemes that cause significant damage to the state will be rewarded with material rewards,” said Ruslan Ryaboshapka, deputy head of the Ukrainian leader’s office.
According to him, "the state will guarantee the accusers of corruption crimes protection from prosecution for disclosing information, restoring violated labor and other rights, the confidentiality of reports of corruption, as well as establishing liability in cases of prosecution of accusers."
The previously elected People’s Servant of the People’s Party, David Arahamia, said the political force plans to use artificial intelligence technology to combat political corruption in the Verkhovna Rada.