Tunisia: NCA - National Anti-Corruption Strategy Presented in Plenary Session

Ardo — The National Constituent Assembly (NCA) opened, on Sunday, its works in a plenary session, with attendance of the three presidents to present the National Anti-Corruption Strategy.

Taking part in this extraordinary session, organised on the occasion of International Anti-Corruption Day, are several ministers, ambassadors accredited in Tunis as well as representatives of national, regional and international organisations.

Today's session was marked by the absence of the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT) representatives.

The National Anti-Corruption Strategy is based on four key axes : the establishment of a national system of integrity, the promotion of the Independent National Anti-Corruption Authority (which replaces the Fact-Finding Commission on Abuses), boosting the participation of the civil society and training specialised journalists.

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