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Asset declaration regimes have been introduced in many countries as a way to enhance transparency and integrity as well as increase the trust of citizens in the public administration. Usually, asset declaration regimes aim at preventing conflict of interest among public officials and members of the government and/or identifying illicit enrichment and other wrongdoings by monitoring wealth variations of politicians and civil servants.
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