I Watch takes stock of its activities | Tunisia News Gazette

I Watch takes stock of its activities

I Watch organisation reported that since July 2016 it has completed 32 investigations into corruption in Tunisia, in the private media, education, political party financing and sports sectors.

The organisation has also conducted investigations in the areas of finance, including conflicts of interest, oil, public transport and confiscated companies.

At a press conference on Thursday in Tunis, Acting Executive Director Manel Ben Achour said that I Watch has filed 151 access to information requests to public institutions, of which only 63 have been accepted.

Since July 2016, about 68 cases have been filed by the organisation against various parties: 6 criminal cases, proceedings before a court of law and 51 proceedings before an administrative court, she specified.

According to her, I Watch relies in its investigations into corruption on institutional reports such as the reports of the Court of Auditors and the queries submitted to I Watch.

Source: TAP News Agency

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