INLUCC and Customs launch anti-corruption campaign in La Goulette | Tunisia News Gazette

INLUCC and Customs launch anti-corruption campaign in La Goulette

An awareness campaign to enhance transparency and the fight against corruption targeting Tunisian expatriates was launched Wednesday at the port of La Goulette, which accounts for 60% of Tunisia’s maritime passenger traffic.

This campaign is organised by the National Anti-Corruption Authority (INLUCC), in collaboration with the customs under the sign “exposure of corruption is a citizen duty”.

It includes, inter alia, broadcasting of advertising spots on board ships and the distribution of pamphlets in order to develop the culture of exposure of corruption.

This campaign is part of a programme to strengthen public accountability in Tunisia set up with support from the Korea International Cooperation Agency (KOICA) and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) with a view to promoting the emergence of islands/models of integrity at the port of La Goulette and the Ras Jedir border crossing, for 2.9 million dollars (about 6.93 million dinars).

In this regard, the implementation of the Island of Integrity Programme at Customs level has made progress in relation to the health and safety sectors, said Alaoui El Kebir, Deputy Resident Representative of UNDP.

State-of-the-art equipment has been set up to ensure baggage check and monitor passenger and vehicle traffic, said Customs Colonel Moez Abidi.

Source: TAP News Agency

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