Valencia, April 1, 2022.- The director of the Valencian Anti-Fraud Agency, Joan Llinares, has delivered this morning to the President of the Generalitat, Ximo Puig, the Activity Report of the Agency corresponding to the year 2021.
The event took place at the Palau de la Generalitat and is the first time that a copy of the Report is delivered in a formal act to the President of the Generalitat so that he knows first-hand the activity carried out by the Agency.
According to article 22 of Law 11/2016 on the creation of the Agency, the obligation to deliver the Report refers to les Corts Valencianes, to which it is attached, but this year it has been wanted, once the legal mandate has been fulfilled, to deliver it also to the maximum Valencian representative.
The Report includes the work carried out by the Agency in the area of training, prevention and documentation; the legal area and protection of whistleblowers; analysis and research; administration, recruitment and human resources and communication.
After the delivery of the Report, the President of the Generalitat met in addition to the director of the Agency, Joan Llinares, with the director of prevention, training and documentation, Víctor Almonacid, and with the deputy director and head of the area of legal affairs, Teresa Clemente.
Once the meeting was over, the director of the Agency declared that “with this formal act of delivery of the Report, the Agency will transfer to the President of the Generalitat the work we are doing in the fight against fraud and corruption”.
“We believe that only through the collaboration of all institutions and public entities will it be possible to end the scourge of corruption and work together to create a strong public ethics and integrity that makes our societies much more efficient and at the service of the general interest,” Llinares added.