Anti-corruption campaign requires legal framework | Tunisia News Gazette

Anti-corruption campaign requires legal framework

A conference on “Anti-corruption: Selective campaign or real determination?” Was organised on Wednesday at the initiative of the Centre for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID).

The participants pointed out that this campaign is a political choice of the national unity government and political parties that signed the Carthage Document, considering that this operation requires a legal framework.

Chawki Tabib, president of the National Anti-Corruption Authority (INLUCC), said that “fighting corruption in a meaningful way requires dismantling its system and imposing reforms to avoid difficulties hampering the administration and paving the way for corruption.”

“Important reforms are planned in customs sensitive sectors, through the establishment of governance committees in ministries, institutions and public institutions,” he specified.

Besides, Tabib drew attention to the lack of implementing legislation regarding the creation of a financial centre for anti-corruption fight, the organic law of which had been approved in 2016.

Source: TAP News Agency

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