First symposium on governance and fight against corruption | Tunisia News Gazette

First symposium on governance and fight against corruption

(TAP) The various axes and principles of the national anti-corruption strategy were exposed, Friday in Tunis, during the first symposium on good governance and fight against corruption, in order to raise awareness of executives and staff of the Ministry of Vocational Training. and Employment to combat this phenomenon.

This meeting, on the theme “principles and mechanisms of good governance and fight against corruption”, is part of the implementation of the partnership agreement concluded between the National Anti- Corruption Authority (INLUCC) and the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment.

Minister of vocational Training and Employment, Faouzi Abderrahmane stressed the importance of this agreement given the specificity of the activity of the Ministry and its various structures, calling to take advantage of it to cope with the phenomenon of corruption.

The ministry is working, he said, to devote the culture of good governance and fight against corruption through the support of the governance units and control and inspection structures under the Ministry, he affirmed.

He added that it was better to use the Ministry’s internal inspection reports, punish corrupt officials and publish all public service recruitment competitions to ensure greater transparency and equal opportunities for jobseekers. The minister also urged simplification of procedures for the benefit of citizens to ensure greater transparency.

The partnership between the department and the authority will, he said, facilitate access to information and support equality between citizens without discrimination

In turn, Chawki Tabib, President of INLUCC said that a joint work team with the Ministry of Vocational Training and Employment was created to monitor the implementation of the agreement concluded in this framework.

The work of this team focused on three key elements namely knowledge of the legislative framework, the processing of cases addressed to the authority and the installation of transparency models within the Ministry, he explained.

According to the INLUCC President, thirteen similar agreements were concluded with thirteen ministries in order to establish the culture of good governance and strengthen the fight against corruption within these departments.

Source: TAP News Agency

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