The TSJ-CV agrees the inadmissibility of the appeal of the Orihuela City Council against the AVAF resolution

València, June 14, 2021.- The Third Section of the Contentious-Administrative Chamber of the Superior Court of Justice of the Valencian Community has agreed to the inadmissibility of the appeal filed by the mayor of Orihuela, Emilio Bascuñana, against the resolution dated March 2, 2021 of the Valencian Antifraud Agency in which it assumes the realization of an expert report that had been requested by the Court of Instruction No. 1 of Orihuela in the Preliminary Proceedings that it is instructing.
The TSJ-CV argues in its inadmissibility agreement that the resolution of the Valencia Antifraud Agency is part of a criminal procedure and that it is carried out at the request of an investigating court, so said action is not administrative in nature.
Likewise, the Court reiterates that, even if said act had an administrative nature, it would not be open to challenge either, since it cannot be considered in itself a definitive act or an essential procedure.
The Valencia Antifraud Agency has prepared the expert report requested by the Court of Instruction No. 1 of Orihuela in the actions it is carrying out, in accordance with the provisions of its regulatory regulations. In the context of carrying out criminal investigation proceedings, investigation of cases and holding trials, related to the functions of the Agency and its scope of action, it may collaborate with the Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Courts and the Tribunals, when so required. requires, through technical assistance and issuance of expert reports by the civil servant staff at their service, specialized in legal-administrative, economic, accounting and administrative control matters, and with in-depth knowledge of the administrations and their public sector and administrative procedures.

The financial system and Covid-19

Unisocietat Conference in Requena, June 3, 2021

Within the collaboration agreement between the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency and the University of València, the conference “The financial system and Covid-19” took place in Requena on June 3, given by the professor of Commercial Law at the University of València, Jaume Martí Miravalls.

The Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency regularly participates in the Unisocietat program because it is an instrument to carry out training activities in a decentralized manner where the citizens of the different regions and localities of the Valencian territory are the protagonists of the debates and reflections that are generated.

Anselm Bodoque, Head of the AVAF Training Service, presented the activity and Professor Jaume Martí analyzed the extraordinary measures adopted to alleviate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Spanish financial system, based on general economic and legal budgets . After a brief explanation of the financial system, its regulation and classification, Professor Martí stopped on some of the main measures adopted, singularly, in the credit and securities market, and to avoid fraudulent situations.

The conference was face-to-face, respecting the anticovid measures stipulated by the pandemic. The attendees, 15 people from the UNISOCIETAT program in Requena promoted by the Office of the Vice President for Territorial Projection and Society of the University of Valencia, participated in the debate and showed great interest in the repercussions that the financial system has on people’s daily lives.

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Anti-fraud agencies and offices demand a State Anti-Corruption Strategy

València, June 11, 2021.- The Anti-Fraud Office of Catalonia, the Office for the Prevention and Fight against Corruption of the Balearic Islands, the Ethics Mailbox of the Barcelona City Council and the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency have requested the elaboration of a State Fighting Strategy against Corruption during the course of a webinar held jointly by all the offices.
National anti-corruption strategies is a tool that was already included in the United Nations Convention to Combat Corruption in 2003, which was ratified by Spain in 2006 and, in fact, Spain is one of the few countries that it lacks such a strategy.
The agencies and offices make this request since the Ministry of Justice is currently carrying out the transposition into the Spanish legal system of the European Directive 1937/2019 for the protection of whistleblowers and whistleblowers of corruption.
It is therefore a good opportunity to take advantage of this transposition work to develop a State Strategy to Fight Corruption, for which the agencies and offices offer themselves to the Ministry to contribute their knowledge and experience in this matter.
In the webinar, the channels and mailboxes for internal and external complaints that will be mandatory with the entry into force of the Directive both for companies with more than 50 workers as well as for all administrations and public bodies have been announced.
The webinar was moderated by Manuel Villoria, Professor of Political Science and Administration of the Rey Juan Carlos University of Madrid, and the Director of the Balearic Office, Jaime Far; the Director of the Catalunya Office, Miguel Ángel Gimeno; the Director of the Barcelona City Council Ethics Mailbox, Rosa María Sánchez and the Director of the Valencian Agency, Joan Llinares.
The recording of the webinar is available on the channels of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency of

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