Valencia, December 13, 2022.- The Consell de Participació of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency has elected Rafael Mauri of the Observatori Ciutadà contra la Corrupción as the new vice president, who replaces Ana María Fuertes of the Foundation for Justice.
The Consell de Participació is the Agency’s participation body and civic and social organizations are part of it that stand out for their fight against fraud and corruption and for the promotion of ethics and public integrity.
During the session, in addition to the votes for the renewal and election of the vice-presidency, which were made telematically and present, the professor and doctor in Political Science, Fernando Jiménez, presented the main results of the 1st Survey of Perception of the Corporation in Spain and in the Valencian Community carried out by the Agency.
The meeting also analyzed the current state of the transposition of the European Directive 2019/1937 on the protection of persons who report breaches of Union Law, better known as the Whistleblower Directive, as well as the draft law currently in process.
The meeting took place in the Sala Vinatea of Les Corts Valencianes, which is why the President of Les Corts, Enric Morera, came to greet the members of the Consell de Participació.
The renewal of the members of the Consell de Participació has been for a new period of three years and has been constituted by the following organizations: Civic Action against Corruption; Whistleblowers; Valencian Association of Consumers and Users (AVACU); Fundación Internaiconal Baltasar Garzón (FIBGAR); Foundation for Justice; Observatori Ciutadà contra la Corcorrupción (OCC); Open Society Initiative for Europe (OSIFE); Plataforma Ciutadana Castelló per la Justicia i contra la Corrupció; Trade Union of Technicians of the Ministry of Finance (GESTHA); Tactical Whistleblowers; Transparency International Spain and World Compliance Association.