Valencia, May 16, 2023.- The Consell de Participació of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency met in ordinary session and the Hay Derecho Foundation participated for the first time, which has joined as a member of the Agency’s participation body.
The Participation Council includes civic and social organizations, as well as individuals who stand out for their fight against fraud and corruption and for the promotion of ethics and public integrity.
In this meeting held at the headquarters of Les Corts Valencianes, the members of the Consell have been transferred the content of the Activity Report developed by the Agency during the year 2022.
The Report was presented on March 28 to the President of Les Corts, the Síndics and the members of the Mesa de les Corts, thus complying with the mandate contained in article 22 of Law 22/2016 on the creation of the Agency. Likewise, on April 19, the Report was also delivered to the President of the Generalitat.
Now it has been the turn of the Consell de Participació, and in this way, the people responsible for each of the areas of the Agency presented to the members of the Consell the activities and work carried out throughout the year 2022 responding to all the queries raised.
Once the Activity Report was exposed, the vice president of the Consell, Rafa Mauri, of the Observatori Ciutadà contra la Corrupció, proposed to the members of the Consell the organization of joint activities to involve the whole of society in the promotion and creation of ethics and public integrity, being summoned the members of the Consell to maintain contacts in this regard.
The Consell de Participació is made up of the following organizations: Acción Cívica contra la Corrupción; Whistleblowers; Valencian Association of Consumers and Users (AVACU); Hay Derecho Foundation; Baltasar Garzón International Foundation (FIBGAR); Foundation for Justice; Observatori Ciutadà contra la Corrupció (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.