During the first selection stage of candidates for the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption (NAPC), the tender commission allowed 20 candidates out of 53 to take part in the second stage. Such statement has been made after the meeting by the First Deputy Minister of Justice of Ukraine Natalia Sevostianova.
“First of all, we have screened everyone, who didn’t meet the approved criteria. The main reasons for refusal have been lack of experience in prevention or combating corruption sector, as well as information about contestants’ dishonesty or his or hers involvement in corruption schemes. Also, some of the candidates haven’t submitted all necessary documents”, - stated Natalia Sevostianova.
Members of the tender commission have made a decision: applicants, who are allowed to take part in the second stage, are going to be divided into 2 groups of 10 people. They will be interviewed on different days.
All, who had successfully passed the first stage, must prepare their plan for the establishment and activity of the National Agency for Prevention of Corruption until Friday, September 25.
First meeting of the tender commission within the framework of the second stage of candidates’ selection will take place on September 28 at 16.00