Fight against corruption: Agreement between INLUCC and Ministry of Social Affairs inked | Tunisia News Gazette

Fight against corruption: Agreement between INLUCC and Ministry of Social Affairs inked

A partnership agreement to establish the principles of good governance and the fight against corruption was signed on Friday between the Ministry of Social Affairs and the National Anti-Corruption Authority (INLUCC).

The agreement, signed by the Minister of Social Affairs, Mohamed Trabelsi and INLUCC President Chaouki Tabib, aims to anchor the principles of good governance and strengthen the principles of integrity and transparency within the administration.

“The signature of this document is part of the implementation of the national anti-corruption strategy, which is based on three main axes, the first of which provides for a partnership between the ministry and the body” said Tabib in a statement to the media.

The second axis concerns the implementation of the “integrity models”, which, according to him, is one of the mechanisms of the fight against corruption, under which an institution will benefit from a rehabilitation programme which will allow it to be a model for other institutions in terms of good governance.

In this context, Tabib has revealed that efforts are currently being made in consultation with the relevant ministries to support this approach.

As for the third axis, he said, he planned to dismantle the system of corruption in public institutions, in close collaboration with the Ministry’s officials.

In a statement to the press, Minister of Social Affairs, Mohamed Trabelsi, revealed that the El Omrane and El khadra clinics, which belong to the National Social Security Fund, have benefited from a rehabilitation programme so as to be models of integrity.

Trabelsi recalled that the signing of this agreement comes to testify the commitment of the State to support the efforts of the body in the fight against corruption and rooting of the culture of governance and transparency.

Source: TAP News Agency

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