the second Seminar was held within the awareness and training program to enhance transparency and integrity in combating and preventing corruption organized by the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption and the Ministry of Transport within the framework of the national vision for building the modern Yemeni state, and it will last for more than two months.
The symposium, which was held under the title “Prevention and Prevention Measures in Combating Corruption,” aimed at raising societal awareness of the values of transparency, integrity and accountability, the system of national legislation related to combating corruption, its risks, the importance of combating it, and clarifying the mechanisms and measures to prevent and prevent it.
About 90 participants from the leaders and employees of the Ministry of Transport and its affiliated institutions got acquainted with basic concepts and skills in building capacities and raising the level of awareness and education about the dangers of corruption and its effects on society in all areas of importance in building societies and upgrading them to the best levels.
At the opening of the Seminar, which was attended by the Vice Charmin of the SNACC , Salim Muhammad Al-Siyani, and a member of the Authority and the Chair of the Awareness and Education Committee, Dr. Maryam Abdullah Al-Joufi, the agents of the Ministry of Transport and the leaders of the General Authority for Civil Aviation and Meteorology, the Charmin of the Ministry of Transport for the Air Transport Sector, Abdullah Al-Ansi stressed the importance of The symposium on combating and preventing corruption, urging everyone to benefit from this symposium in consolidating and developing policies and procedures that promote the principles of transparency, integrity and accountability.
The Seminar dealt with 6 working papers, in the first one, a member of the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption, the head of the Prevention and Prevention Committee, Engineer Harith Abdul Karim Al-Omari, spoke about the importance of implementing the provisions of Law No. 30 of 2006 regarding financial disclosure and its role in preventing corruption.
He reviewed a number of points and topics included in the Financial Disclosure Law, the Anti-Corruption Law, the objectives and contents of the law, methods of submitting declarations and those included in them, and the role of all of this in combating and preventing corruption, stressing the importance of applying the principle of “Where did you get this?”
The second paper entitled “The SNAA … Prevention and Community Participation” presented by Dr. Ahmed Abdullah Sheikh Abu Bakr, a member of the Anti-Corruption Commission and a member of the Awareness and Community Participation Committee, was devoted to talking about the necessity of community participation in combating corruption.
The paper talked about the causes and factors supporting the emergence of corruption, legislative and legal measures and measures to prevent and prevent corruption, noting the importance of awareness and education in the work of the commission and the importance of its partnership with civil society organizations.
While the Vice President of the SNACC Salim Muhammad Al-Sayani, reviewed in his paper the methodology for preparing the National Anti-Corruption Strategy 2021-2025.
He pointed out that the strategy is based on the national vision for building the modern Yemeni state, which has set among its goals the transfer of Yemen in the Corruption Perceptions Index from 176th to 100th among world countries, pointing out that achieving this goal requires the implementation of the United Nations Convention against Corruption, and building a national integrity system in accordance with Transparency International Guides and Guides.
Al-Sayani stressed the importance of the national strategy to combat corruption, and the necessity of concerted efforts by all in order to achieve the goals of the national vision for building the state.
The fourth working paper presented by the Director General of Legislation and Systems Development at the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption, Dr. Adel Al-Huraibi, dealt with prevention and prevention mechanisms and measures in various fields and their role in combating corruption and its effects and risks at various levels.
Dr. Al-Huraibi stressed the need to take preventive measures related to the judiciary and public prosecution services without prejudice to the independence of the judiciary, in order to strengthen integrity and prevent opportunities for corruption among members of the judiciary, pointing to the importance of community participation measures and preventing money laundering in combating corruption and preventing it.
The fifth paper dealt with “moral leadership and its role in preventing and limiting corruption” presented by the Director General of Ethical Values and Standards at the Supreme National Authority for Combating Corruption, Dr. Yahya Al-Marani, reviewing the foundations of developing administrative leaders, the characteristics, standards and theories of moral administrative leadership, its development factors and its role in reducing corruption.
The sixth working paper presented by the Director General of Information Systems and Technology at the Ministry of Transport, Eng. Yahya Ahmed Hobeish, dealt with the ministry’s role in promoting the values of transparency and integrity, combating corruption and preventing it.
Eng. Hobeish referred to the legislative and legal framework for the partnership between the Ministry of Transport and the SNACC in promoting the values of transparency and integrity, combating corruption and preventing it.
He reviewed the efforts of the Ministry of Transport in promoting the values of transparency, integrity and combating corruption in the ministry’s office and its affiliated bodies and institutions, noting the role of Minister Zakaria Al-Shami and his interest in developing targeted measures and measures to combat and prevent corruption, as well as his adoption of awareness and training activities in order to enhance the values of integrity, transparency and accountability, and from Within that, the effective partnership between the Ministry and the Anti-Corruption Commission