Tajik public servants should submit information about their incomes and assets as well as incomes and assets of their relatives to relevant bodies. 

The government proposes to fire those public servants who submit wrong declaration of their incomes and assets or refuse to submit it to their workplace.  

Tajikistan’s lower house (Majlisi Namoyandagon) of parliament (Majlisi Oli) has received a proposal from the government to make amendments to the country’s law on combating corruption, under which public servants concealing their incomes and assets would be fired.

An official source at the Majlisi Namoyandagon says that under the proposed amendments, public servants should submit declarations of their incomes, assets, bank accounts, equities, the received bank loans exceeding 25,000 somoni as well as assets of members of their families to their workplaces.  

“These amendments proposed to the corruption prevention law may be adopted already in October,” the source added.