Peskov claims Putin will submit tax declaration but is not obliged to make it public
Dmitri Peskov, press-secretary of Russia's President Vladimir Putin, claimed that income tax declarations of Vladimir Putin and other officials must not necessarily be made public.
Source: Russian Kremlin-aligned media outlet TASS
Quote: "I am once again stressing that it is not necessary (to make tax declarations public – ed.). The main thing is to submit the declaration; its publication is secondary."
Details: Herewith Peskov states that Putin and the Kremlin officials will submit their tax income declarations by 1 April.
At the end of December 2022, Putin signed a decree which allows MPs and senators not to make their income statements public during the war against Ukraine. The decree came into force on 1 March.
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