University of Lomé and ARMP to hold anti-corruption forum in December

Economic governance
Wednesday, 22 July 2020 17:56
University of Lomé and ARMP to hold anti-corruption forum in December

(Togo First) - The University of Lomé (U.L) and the Public Markets Regulatory Authority (ARMP) will hold on December 8, 2020, a forum on “the fight against corruption, ethics, and deontology in public administrations.” 

During the conference, participants will focus on assessing mechanisms put in place to boost ethics and tackle corruption in WAEMU states, as well as how efficient they are. In this framework, stakeholders present (scholars, public authorities, political actors, professional organizations, and the private sector) will recommend approaches to adopt to overcome shortcomings of existing mechanisms, share success stories related to this area (good practices and experiences). 

The upcoming forum aligns with the government’s measures to improve public management. As part of these measures, Lomé recently announced an audit looking into the potential embezzlement of XOF500 billion (which were to be used to buy petroleum products) by the Adjakly family (a father and son).

Séna Akoda

 
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