Assistance for Officials
- How to avoid conflict
- How to fulfil the Declaration
- Filing Deadlines
- Declaration Forms
- Declaring Entities
- Guideline for Representative Authorities
- Internal Regulation of HIDAA
- Regulation for the Prevention of Conflict of Interest
The High Inspectorate of Declaration and Audit of Assets and Conflict of Interests started to function upon the law no. 9049 dated 10.04.2003 “On the Declaration and Audit of Assets, Financial Obligations of the Elected and certain Public Officials”.
- Declaration of Interests
“The High Inspectorate”, under the responsibility of the Inspector General, administers the declaration of assets, financial obligations, the audit of this declaration, according to the specifications made in the laws of declaration and conflict of interests. HIDAA collaborates with audit structures and other institutions responsible for the fight against corruption and the economic crime.
- Preventing Conflict of Interests
“The High Inspectorate” is the central responsible authority to enforce the law no. 9367, dated 7.4.2005 “On the Prevention of Conflict of Interest in the Exercise of Public Functions”. The competencies of HIDAA were extended after the approve of law no. 9367 dated 7.4.2005 “On the Prevention of Conflict of Interest in the Exercise of Public Functions”. More specifically, the High Inspectorate leads and improves the policies regarding prevention of conflict of interests; offers technical assistance to advice and support law initiatives undertaken by public institutions for preventing conflict of interest; monitors, audits and evaluates the exercise of this law etc. (article 41 and 42 of the law).