Tunisia: National Anti-Corruption Strategy to Be Presented Next Sunday

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Corruption dogs Nigeria's petroleum sector.

Tunis — A national anti-corruption strategy will be submitted to the general public, next Sunday December 9, date of the International Anti-Corruption Day, adviser to the Minister in charge of Governance and Anti-Corruption Fight Tarek el-Bahri told the press.

During a round-table discussion, organised on Wednesday, for the first time in Tunisia on the fringes of this International Day, Mr. El-Bahri specified that this strategy will be based on four main actions.

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