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Fact-Finding Commission on Cases of Embezzlement and Corruption

Published the:  04/02/2011

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February 4, 2011 - TAP - The Fact-Finding Commission on Cases of Embezzlement and Corruption reminded that its prerogatives comprise looking at corruption and embezzlement cases in which are involved the authorities, groups or individuals.
In a press communiqué received on Friday by Tunis Afrique Presse (TAP) news agency, the Commission specifies that it has neither a judicial vocation nor a political one and that its attributions do not entitle it either to compensations or reparations, pointing out that its key mission consists in studying, rationally and thoroughly, the documents and files submitted to it and lend a listening ear to the testimonies that help unveil acts of corruption or embezzlement, away from any form of self-satisfaction or commitment.
So far, the Commission received more than 800 files touching notably on financial, taxation, customs, landed and administrative issues.
In the same communiqué, the Commission calls on all physical and moral persons having benefited, illegally, of financial assets, real estate properties, or other gains and all those who served to cover the real identity of other persons, to show their good intentions by getting in touch with the Commission.