València, October 3, 2020.- The Councilor for Transparency and Open Government of the Valencia City Council, Elisa Valía, and the Director of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency, Joan Llinares, have met this week to begin with the preparation of the Integrity Plan of the Local Administration, a fundamental element of the new Transparency Regulation in which the Valencia City Council is working.
The Councilor for Transparency, Elisa Valía, stressed that to respond to all the challenges posed by this regulation “we have to further intensify inter-institutional collaboration with organizations, entities and other administrations that work to consolidate good governance policies.” “It is important that those of us who work to dignify policies in public administrations always do so in coordination.”
For his part, Joan Llinares has stated that “one of the outstanding functions of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency, in addition to the investigation of fraud and corruption crimes, are those of prevention and training since we consider that it is essential to work from all spheres of society for the creation of public ethics and integrity. From the AVAF we offer advice and information to all those public administrations that want to work in this line ”.
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