The Tunisian Anti-Corruption Authority endeavors to learn more about the Moroccan experience

Tunisia, 24 April 2014 - The delegation of the Tunisian Anti-Corruption Authority returned from its field visit to Morocco where it met with officials, parliamentarians and civil society experts and learned more about the Moroccan experience in fighting corruption, with a focus on the Central Authority for Corruption Prevention (ICPC). The delegation was headed by the President of the Tunisian Anti-Corruption Authority H.E. Mr. Samir ANNABI, and included representatives of the latter Authority, the National Constituent Assembly and civil society. The visit extended over three days - from 15 to 17 April 2014 and was held with the support of the United Nations Development Programme and in the framework of the Arab Anti-Corruption and Integrity Network (ACINET).