In particular, the draft law aims to improve the efficacy of inspections on the authenticity and completeness of evidence concerning incomes and property ownership. It would amend the law On Banks and Banking Activities and the law On State Registration of Rights to Real Estate and Related Transactions, as well as the Tax Code of the Russian Federation, with a provision that would obligate banks and other credit organisations, registering authorities and tax bodies to present evidence of income and property ownership for citizens wishing to hold public posts, as well as members of their families, to authorities within federal government bodies.
Individual federal laws would be amended in order to improve the mechanism for anti-corruption expert investigations.
Many amendments to legislative acts of the Russian Federation would be made in order to fill the gaps in anti-corruption regulations and increase liability for corruption-related violations of the law. For example, the Federal Laws On State Civil Service in the Russian Federation and On Municipal Service in the Russian Federation would be supplemented with provisions that determine the types and procedures for imposing penalties that can be applied to civil servants for committing corruption-related offences.