In 2020, a full upgrade of the knight took place. Version 2.0 provided for a new approach to management: instead of a 5-member board, which often could not make a single decision and was bias, an independent commission elected
one Head — Oleksandr Novikov.
The reboot of the body also triggered other changes: the NACP got access to all the necessary registers, launched the POLITDATA registry
, which has simplified the reporting process for political parties, has developed an Anti-Corruption Strategy for 2021-2025.
During the year, the knight was able to overcome the consequences of the crisis of constitutional justice. On October 27, 2020, the Constitutional Court canceled
criminal liability for lying in declarations, as well as the NACP's powers to check declarations, along with open access to them. In two days, the Cabinet of Ministers made a decision
, which obliged the NACP to restore access to declarations and unblocked the conduct of special verifications. In December 2020, all NACP's powers were restored, and in March, the Agency began checking the declarations of judges and judges of the Constitutional Court, although the Constitutional Court and the High Council of Justice refused to coordinate the relevant procedures.