CFA 100 Million Allocated for the Organization of National Meetings to Fight Corruption in Burkina Faso
CFA 100 million is allocated for the organization of the national meetings to fight corruption to be held from December 19 to 21 in Ouagadougou, APA learned from the High authority for state control (ASCE), which initiated the event.
According to the ASCE who is Burkina’s Comptroller General Henri Bruno Bessin, the amount is quite reasonable given the outcomes and findings which are expected at the end of the gathering.
The meetings will be held under the theme: "Fighting corruption in Burkina Faso: What strong and concrete measures towards decisive progress?"
The meetings, according to Burkina’s Comptroller General, are meant to make a diagnosis of corruption in the West African country in a move to formulate recommendations and actions to eradicate such practice which hinders development.
Some 650 participants from various structures are expected to attend the watershed meeting out of which will emerge elements for the fight against corruption.
"The holding of such meeting was recommended by Burkina’s Prime Minister, Luc Adolph Tiao," Bessin recalled.
During a visit to the ASCE headquarters on September 13, Prime Minister instructed the Comptroller General to organize national gatherings to end corruption at the end of the year as part of government’s efforts to fight bad governance, mismanagement, fraud but above all the practice of corruption in the country.
Source African Press Agency
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