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Launch of Tunisian-South Korean project to modernize e-platform for filing complaints and exposing corruption

Published the:  23/02/2016

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23 February 2016 - TAP - The fruit of a Tunisian-South Korean partnership, the project to modernize the e-platform for filing complaints and exposing corruption acts was launched Tuesday in Tunis.

The project is launched in implementation of the memorandum of understanding signed, November 14,  2014, between the Ministry of Civil Service, Governance and Anti-Corruption Fight and South Korea’s Anti-Corruption and Civil Rights Commission, to consecrate the principle of governance and favour the citizen’s participation in this effort.

Funded by South Korea under the form of a 10 million dinar-donation, this project is a tool to help citizens file their complaints and expose corruption cases in the Tunisian administration, explained Civil Service, Governance and Anti-Corruption Fight Minister Kamel Ayadi.

Some ministries, governorates and public establishment will be at first connected to this platform before gradually generalize this experience at the national scale on the basis of the outcome of the survey to be conducted by South Korean experts, he added.

Independent Anti-Corruption Authority President Chaouki Tabib called the government and House of People’s Representatives to enforce as soon as possible the law on the protection of whistleblowers and witnesses.