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The premiere: The NAC comes with a new nominalization within the contest "Trademark of the year", launched by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry05.02.2020 455 Views
The National Anticorruption Center comes with a new nominalization within the contest "Trademark of the Year", launched by the Chamber of Commerce and Industry. The nominalization is entitled "Implementation of integrity standards in the private sector" and aims at mentioning the commercial societies that promote integrity in its activity.
According to the NAC director, Ruslan Flocea, the private sector represents a major component of the national integrity system and constitutes one of the priority areas on preventing corruption carried out by the National Anticorruption Center. "We intend to launch this nominalization, in partnership with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the project UNDP Moldova, to be able to encourage the private companies that implement efficient anticorruption procedures, identify and alleviate the corruption risks in their activity to protect the reputation," declared the head of the NAC.
The NAC director mentioned that this initiative is a premiere for the contest "Trademark of the Year" and is going to be carried out as well after a new method. "We have set up 3 categories of participants and namely: large, medium and small enterprises. They have to present a Report on the anticorruption actions/initiatives undertaken by the institution. We are going to award three prizes for each category, that will be offered as the result of impartial and equidistant judging, with the involvement of the experts in the area, the academic environment are UNDP Moldova representatives," pointed out Flocea.
The nominalization "Implementation of integrity standards in the private sector" is intended for commercial societies that do not hold the status of the public entity, within the meaning of the Integrity Law (except for state, municipal and commercial companies with the majority share of the state). Participants are exempt from paying the tax of participation, which will be covered by UNDP Moldova.
In 2019, the NAC established a platform for dialogue with the business environment, organizing several joint activities in order to promote integrity standards.