Inter-institutional Table to Co-ordinate Anti-corruption Activities​
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Inter-institutional Table to Co-ordinate Anti-corruption Activities​

Date:

07/03/2019


Inter-institutional Table to Co-ordinate Anti-corruption Activities​

The representatives of Public Administrations, ANAC, the Law Enforcement Forces and the Judiciary convened at the Farnesina today for the Inter-Institutional Table to Co-ordinate Anti-corruption Activities in order to address the principal issues on the international agenda on the matter of transparency, integrity and the fight against corruption.

In particular, the meeting examined the results of the G20 in the field of the integrity of infrastructure and the protection of whistleblowers. The meeting also started preparing for Italy’s examination by GRECO (Group of States Against Corruption) and the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and discussed the limits of the perceptive method in measuring corruption phenomena.    

The Anti-corruption Table, which was chaired by the Foreign Ministry Deputy Secretary General, Michele Baiano, was attended by roughly twenty institutional officials. In the first part, the guest speaker, Mr Claudio Clemente, Director of the Financial Information Unit (UIF) of the Bank of Italy, spoke on the theme “Corruption as the prerequisite for money laundering: the competences of the UIF as an instrument of prevention”.   

The representatives of Public Administrations, ANAC, the Law Enforcement Forces and the Judiciary convened at the Farnesina today for the Inter-Institutional Table to Co-ordinate Anti-corruption Activities in order to address the principal issues on the international agenda on the matter of transparency, integrity and the fight against corruption.

In particular, the meeting examined the results of the G20 in the field of the integrity of infrastructure and the protection of whistleblowers. The meeting also started preparing for Italy’s examination by GRECO (Group of States Against Corruption) and the OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) and discussed the limits of the perceptive method in measuring corruption phenomena.    

The Anti-corruption Table, which was chaired by the Foreign Ministry Deputy Secretary General, Michele Baiano, was attended by roughly twenty institutional officials. In the first part, the guest speaker, Mr Claudio Clemente, Director of the Financial Information Unit (UIF) of the Bank of Italy, spoke on the theme “Corruption as the prerequisite for money laundering: the competences of the UIF as an instrument of prevention”.   


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