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IAD(2008) 3 Declarations content
IAD(2008) 3aHead(s) of State
IAD(2008) 3aiStandardized filing form exists
The Head of State is not required to declare his or her assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3aiiAssets, liabilities and income items covered are explicitly defined
The Head of State is not required to declare his or her assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3aiiiMeets minimum coverage requirements
IAD(2008) 3aiii (1)Assets
IAD(2008) 3aiii (1)aReal estate
The Head of State is not required to declare his or her assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3aiii (1)bMovable assets
The Head of State is not required to declare his or her assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3aiii (1)cCash
The Head of State is not required to declare his or her assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3aiii (2)Liabilities
IAD(2008) 3aiii (2)aLoans and Debts
The Head of State is not required to declare his or her assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3aiii (3)Income
IAD(2008) 3aiii (3)aEarned income
The Head of State is not required to declare his or her assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3aiii (3)bUnearned income
The Head of State is not required to declare his or her assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3bMinisters/Cabinet members
IAD(2008) 3biStandardized filing form exists
Ministers are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3biiAssets, liabilities and income items covered are explicitly defined
Ministers are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3biiiMeets minimum coverage requirements
IAD(2008) 3biii (1)Assets
IAD(2008) 3biii (1)aReal estate
Ministers are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3biii (1)bMovable assets
Ministers are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3biii (1)cCash
Ministers are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3biii (2)Liabilities
IAD(2008) 3biii (2)aLoans and Debts
Ministers are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3biii (3)Income
IAD(2008) 3biii (3)aEarned income
Ministers are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3biii (3)bUnearned income
Ministers are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3cMembers of Parliament (MPs)
IAD(2008) 3ciStandardized filing form exists
The existence of a standardized filing form could not be confirmed.
IAD(2008) 3ciiAssets, liabilities and income items covered are explicitly defined
Articles 5 and 6 of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996) explicitly define assets, liabilities and income to be declared.
IAD(2008) 3ciiiMeets minimum coverage requirements
IAD(2008) 3ciii (1)Assets
IAD(2008) 3ciii (1)aReal estate
According to Articles 5(6) and 6(6) of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), MPs must declare real estate.
IAD(2008) 3ciii (1)bMovable assets
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 3ciii (1)cCash
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 3ciii (2)Liabilities
IAD(2008) 3ciii (2)aLoans and Debts
According to Articles 5(5) and 6(5) of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), MPs must declare liabilities exceeding N$20,000.
IAD(2008) 3ciii (3)Income
IAD(2008) 3ciii (3)aEarned income
According to Articles 5 and 6 of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), MPs must declare earned income.
IAD(2008) 3ciii (3)bUnearned income
According to Articles 5 and 6 of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), MPs must declare unearned income.
IAD(2008) 3dCivil Servants
IAD(2008) 3diStandardized filing form exists
Civil servants are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3diiAssets, liabilities and income items covered are explicitly defined
Civil servants are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3diiiMeets minimum coverage requirements
IAD(2008) 3diii (1)Assets
IAD(2008) 3diii (1)aReal estate
Civil servants are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3diii (1)bMovable assets
Civil servants are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3diii (1)cCash
Civil servants are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3diii (2)Liabilities
IAD(2008) 3diii (2)aLoans and Debts
Civil servants are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3diii (3)Income
IAD(2008) 3diii (3)aEarned income
Civil servants are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3diii (3)bUnearned income
Civil servants are not required to declare their assets, income, or liabilities.
IAD(2008) 3eSpouses and children
IAD(2008) 3eiStandardized filing form exists
IAD(2008) 3ei (1)Separate filing form
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 3ei (2)Included in primary filer's form
According to Articles 5(14) and 9(2) of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), information on assets of spouses and children is included in primary filer’s form.
IAD(2008) 3eiiAssets, liabilities and income items covered are explicitly defined
Articles 5 and 6 of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996) explicitly define assets, liabilities and income to be declared.
IAD(2008) 3eiiiMeets minimum coverage requirements
IAD(2008) 3eiii (1)Assets
IAD(2008) 3eiii (1)aReal estate
According to Articles 5 and 6 of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), MPs must declare real estate of their spouses and children.
IAD(2008) 3eiii (1)bMovable assets
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 3eiii (1)cCash
No relevant legal provisions
IAD(2008) 3eiii (2)Liabilities
IAD(2008) 3eiii (2)aLoans and Debts
According to Articles 5(5) and 6(5) of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), MPs must declare liabilities of their spouses and children exceeding N$20,000.
IAD(2008) 3eiii (3)Income
IAD(2008) 3eiii (3)aEarned income
According to Articles 5 and 6 of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), MPs must declare earned income of their spouses and children.
IAD(2008) 3eiii (3)bUnearned income
According to Articles 5 and 6 of the Code of Conduct for MPs (1996), MPs must declare unearned income of their spouses and children.