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The head of the Council of Europe Office in Moldova expresses its support for the NAC in it`s effort to regain the competence to fight big corruption06.09.2019 122 Views
The head of the Council of Europe Office in Moldova expresses its support for the NAC in its effort to regain the competence to fight big corruptionThe statement was made today by William Massolin, the Head of the Council of Europe Office in Moldova and Julia RE, the manager of the project "Control of corruption through the application of the law of combating and prevention" (CLEP) during a meeting with the head of the NAC Ruslan Flocea.
The Council of Europe supports the return of the power to combat major corruption to the NAC, in coordination with the AP and will continue to provide the necessary support in the Centre's priority actions, "said Massolin.
Earlier, several representatives of the development partners of the Republic of Moldova expressed their support for the NAC in order to regain the right to document high-level corruption cases. According to experts, the company has high expectations from the anti-corruption agencies, and the NAC and the Anti-corruption Prosecutor`s Office must focus their attention on those cases that bring enormous damage to the state, both financially and image-wise.
We remind that, at the beginning of his term, the director of the NAC stated that the main objectives of the institution will be: combating systemic corruption, investigating the files regarding the devaluation of the banking system in Moldova, strengthening the climate of integrity in the public system, strengthening the institutional capacities of the Center and reviewing the NAC`s competences. to focus anti-corruption officers on corruption cases committed by high-ranking officials.