València, June 19, 2020.– The Spanish State Network of Anti-Corruption Offices and Agencies, of which the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency (AVAF) is part, has held its 5th biannual meeting on this occasion virtually in the face of the situation caused by the crisis sanitary.
On the agenda of the meeting, among other issues, the sharing of experiences and initiatives in the area of recruitment and good governance in the context of the crisis generated by COVID-19, as well as the current state of the Transposition into the Spanish legal system of the European Directive for the protection of persons who report corruption, known as the Whistleblowers Directive.
In addition to the AVAF, the Anti-Fraud Office of Catalonia, the Office for the Prevention and Fight Against Corruption of the Balearic Islands, the Anti-fraud Office of the Madrid City Council, the Consello de Contas de Galicia, the Audiencia of Accounts of the Canary Islands participated in the meeting. , the National Anti-Fraud Coordination Service (SNCA), the Independent Office for the Regulation and Supervision of Procurement (OIReScon), as well as the Directorate of Analysis Services of the Barcelona City Council and the Transparency Agency of the Metropolitan Area of Barcelona that have been these last two are in charge of organizing the meeting on this occasion.
In the second part of the meeting, Pedro Abellán from the Hay Derecho Foundation and Adán Nieto, Professor of Criminal Law at the University of Castilla-La Mancha participated as guests.
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