The government shows "progress" against corruption at the United Nations


Caracas.– The national government presented to the United Nations (UN) "progress" of Venezuela in terms of "achievements, good practices and challenges" which, from the Republican Financial Supervisory Office were being applied against corruption.

This presentation was made by Republican Financial Supervisor, Elvis Amoroso, who participated with the Ambassador of Venezuela in Austria, Jesse Chacón, at the IX Session of the Conference of Parties to the UN Convention against Corruption held in Vienna, reporting Tuesday the Venezuelan Embassy in European countries on their Twitter account , reporting AVN.

For his part, Chacon said that Venezuela called for continuing international commitments to implement the UN Convention against Corruption to deal with this disaster in all its forms, he wrote on his social network Twitter.

It must be remembered that the UN Convention against Corruption has 71 articles, which are divided into 8 chapters. The most important are collected in four chapters that discuss the following topics: prevention, criminalization, asset recovery, and international cooperation. These are chapters that require legislative adaptation and / or joint action for the application of the Convention in each country, the agency reports on its website.


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