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Government determined to strengthen anti-corruption mechanisms, says Ben Gharbia

Mehdi Ben Gharbia, Minister of Relations with Constitutional Institutions, Civil Society and Human Rights, stressed, on Tuesday, the determination of the national unity government to strengthen anti-corruption mechanisms, in accordance with the “Carthage Document”.

“Strengthening anti-corruption mechanisms is part of the completion of the democratic process and the establishment of the rule of law and institutions, in accordance with the provisions of the Constitution,” he added, after a meeting with President of the National Anti-Corruption Authority Chawki Tabib.

The meeting discussed the main lines of the draft organic law on the organisation of the Constitutional good governance and anti-corruption commission which will be presented at the next Cabinet meeting.

Emphasis was also placed on finalising the establishment of the system of prevention and investigation within the authority with a view to increasing its capacities in the fight against corruption, the same source said.

Source: TAP news Agency

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