The director of the Anti-Corruption Agency, Shaip Havolli, said that 4 thousand 892 officials were obliged to declare their assets.
Havolli stressed that the assets declared by the officials are being published during these two days.
“4 thousand 892 officials had the obligation to declare assets. 56 officials have declared assets after the deadline, 25 officials have not declared assets, and 28 officials have not declared assets with reason. “There are several reasons, which have been detention with covid etc”, he stressed in Debat Plus of RTV Dukagjini
Asked how the value of the assets of these officials is determined, Havolli stated that with the current law, the value of the assets is determined by the officials themselves.
“Under the current law, the value of property is a biased market value and any official can add a biased value to the property he has. “With the new law that is in the draft, the property will have the value of the contract… and the inheritance will have the value of 0. All assets will be valued from now on”, he declared./telegrafi