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Al-Rahwi launches activities for the qualifying programme for corruption fightry in ministry of transport

A member of the Supreme Political Council, Ahmed Ghaleb Al-Rahwi, launches activities for the qualifying programme for corruption fightry in ministry of transport  , organized by the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption and the Ministry of Transport.

The program aims to enhance transparency, integrity, combat and prevent corruption in the Ministry of Transport and its affiliated bodies and institutions.

During the inauguration, Al-Rahwi stressed the importance of the leaders of the state’s higher authorities submitting their financial disclosure declarations to the Anti-Corruption Commission, pointing to the need to apply the principle of “Where did you get this from?”, As well as the principle of reward and punishment for a country free of corruption.

He pointed to the importance of collective awareness of combating corruption, stressing the need for credibility and objectivity in dealing with and talking about corruption issues.

A member of the Supreme Political Al-Rahwi pointed out the need for the country to benefit from its qualified cadres and to put the right man in the right place, away from any narrow affiliations.

He stressed the need to adhere to the laws and not to transgress them in any way, and to provide adequate protection for the employees of the Anti-Corruption Commission and the Central Organization for Control and Accountability to ensure that the roles assigned to them are fully implemented.

For his part, the Speaker of the Shura Council, Muhammad Husayn al-Aidarous, considered this program to confirm the extent of the close connection between the various agencies in order to combat corruption and prevent it.

He urged various ministries and authorities to enhance awareness of anti-corruption in all its forms and manifestations.

Al-Aidaroos affirmed the Shura Council’s support for the efforts of the Anti-Corruption Commission to correct conditions and imbalances, stressing the need for everyone’s efforts to unite for a nation combating corruption.

While the Deputy Prime Minister for Security and Defense Affairs, Lieutenant General Jalal Al-Ruwaishan, explained that corruption has become a social phenomenon.

He affirmed the government’s commitment to combating corruption … calling on everyone to respect the independence of the judiciary in all matters related to anti-corruption.

The Deputy Prime Minister praised the efforts of the National Anti-Corruption Authority and the Ministry of Transport in organizing national events in order to combat this dangerous phenomenon.

In turn, the head of the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption, Dr. Muhammad Muhammad Al-Ghashem, spoke about the contents of the awareness and training program at the Ministry of Transport, indicating that its outputs will be qualitative and targeted, and added to the balance of the parties to the national integrity system.

He explained that the program includes the implementation of three awareness seminars, each seminar containing four main axes targeting approximately 450 employees, as well as three TOT training courses in combating corruption and good governance for 90 employees of the ministry and its affiliated institutions and 10 employees of the authority.

He mentioned that the program also includes two training and awareness workshops on promoting transparency and integrity, combating corruption and preventing it, targeting 100 employees of the Ministry of Transport and its institutions and bodies.

Dr. Al-Ghashem pointed out that the program includes a course on enhancing transparency in the work of tenders and procurement with the participation of 70 trainees from specialists in financial, accounting, procurement and tender committees. It also includes printing three awareness and introductory brochures of six thousand copies, printing three thousand copies of three awareness posters and producing three TV flashes. Awareness raising on satellite channels and two television seminars devoted to aspects related to partnership between the parties of the national integrity system and community partnership in combating corruption.

He pointed out that the implementation of the program will continue within three months, starting today and ending on the ninth of December, in conjunction with the International Anti-Corruption Day 2020.

The Chairman of the Anti-Corruption Commission valued the interaction and interest of the leadership of the Ministry of Transport to contribute to enhancing awareness efforts to enhance the values ​​of transparency and integrity, fight corruption and prevent its risks in the Ministry of Transport and its institutions and bodies.

He stressed that all the indications and challenges that the authority faces will not discourage it from performing its tasks and competencies, nor will it increase it except with determination and determination to make more efforts to combat corruption .. considering any prejudice to the authority and its institutional entity, is an explicit violation of the provisions of Law No. (39) of 2006 regarding anti-corruption. And its executive regulations and a disclaimer of Yemen’s obligations regarding the provisions of the United Nations Convention and the Arab Convention against Corruption, and the contents of the national vision for state building.

While the Minister of Transport stressed the importance of implementing a comprehensive awareness program to enhance transparency and integrity, combat corruption and prevent it from the Ministry and its affiliated bodies and institutions to promote and develop transport sectors, their bodies and institutions to meet future ambitions.

He mentioned that the program includes many activities and events represented in organizing seminars, awareness and training workshops and consultative meetings to embody and extend the bridges of partnership between the Ministry of Transport and the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption.

Minister Al-Shami pointed out that the Ministry of Transport, with its sectors, bodies and institutions, is a pioneer among the ministries and government institutions in implementing the program in cooperation with the Anti-Corruption Commission, and working with its recommendations, outputs and application on the practical, technical, administrative and financial reality.

He indicated that the anti-corruption awareness program targets 450 employees at the ministry’s office and its affiliated bodies and institutions, and will work to eliminate corruption in the future .. He said, “The Ministry of Transport seeks to consolidate the foundations of partnership in efforts to enhance transparency and integrity and combat corruption, in implementation of the directions of the revolutionary leadership and the Supreme Political Council.”

At the inauguration ceremony, which was attended by a number of members of the House of Representatives and Shura Council, members of the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption, leaders of the Ministry of Transport, heads of its affiliated bodies and institutions, and representatives of the regulatory authorities, Attorney General of Public Funds Judge Mujahid Ahmed Abdullah praised the partnership between the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption and the Ministry of Transport in Enhancing transparency and integrity, combating corruption and working to eradicate this phenomenon that is destroying the present and future of the nation.

He emphasized that the Public Prosecution Office is a basic partner in the national system of integrity and combating corruption, as it works to preserve public funds, pointing out that the Public Prosecution Office is responsible and prosecuted for corruption crimes and the depletion of public money.

The Public Funds Attorney called on the Anti-Corruption Commission and the relevant authorities to prepare for the National Anti-Corruption Strategy 2021-2025 as a requirement that must be accomplished and the implementation of its objectives commenced.

The Secretary of the Supreme Political Council, Dr. Yasser Al-Houri, spoke in his speech about the technical unit to follow up and implement the national vision, about successes that have been achieved in the framework of combating corruption and building institutions … calling on community organizations to present their visions for partnership in combating corruption and implementing the national vision.

Al-Houri considered confronting corruption, promoting integrity and transparency, values ​​that the administrative leader and responsible possess before they are written points in any vision or implementation of any action … stressing the need for everyone to adhere to the principles of integrity and transparency and combating corruption out of respect for the homeland and the sacrifices of the martyrs.

The representative of the civil society in the National Integrity System, Taher Muhammad Al-Hatif, considered the launch of the program the beginning of an effective transformation in strengthening the role of the Anti-Corruption Commission, specifically in building capacity and qualifying the public sector in the field of transparency and reporting corruption crimes.

He pointed out that civil society looks forward with interest to the government’s serious efforts to combat corruption in Yemen and to promote the values ​​of integrity, transparency and societal oversight.

After the inauguration, a member of the Supreme Political Council, Ahmed Al-Rahwi, along with the Deputy Prime Minister for Security and Defense Affairs Lieutenant General Jalal Al-Ruwaishan, Chairman of the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption, Dr. Muhammad Al-Ghashem, Secretary of the Supreme Political Council Dr. Yasser Al-Houri, and a number of members of the Anti-Corruption Commission, and a number of members of the Anti-Corruption Commission, briefed on the working mechanism of the Information Center of the Ministry of Transport And services in the areas of land, sea and air transport that it provides in modern ways to keep pace with global developments.

They expressed their admiration for what the center contains … appreciating the interest of the Ministry of Transport’s leadership in keeping pace with current developments to enhance and develop various transport services

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