Vice President of the Cuban Council of State Gladys Bejerano reaffirmed the most absolute commitment from her country in fighting corruption, after speaking at the 6th United Nations Conference on that issue.
Vice President of the Cuban Council of State, Gladys Bejerano, reaffirmed the most absolute commitment from her country in fighting corruption, after speaking at the 6th United Nations Conference on that issue.
During the Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption, taking place in St. Petersburg, the also Cuban comptroller recalled that battle is an indissoluble part of the history of the island.
At present, it is vital for the progress of the social agenda and the updating of the Cuban economic model, approved by the people, to achieve a prosperous and sustainable socialist development, she said.
According to Prensa Latina, after reporting on the active preventive work and confronting this crime, Bejerano stressed that the implementation of the recommendations received during the first review of the implementation of the Convention is inserted in the Cuban programs, which are going properly.
The state and government policy is defined to prevent and confront the facts of corruption, based on law, control, inter-disciplinarily, transparency and accountability in the exercise of public functions and the public participation, the comptroller stressed.
Bejerano said that from early ages, Cuba has encouraged teaching values and ethical principles in the family and the school.
The vice president of the Cuban Council of State said Havana is working in training managers and officials to strengthen the competence, integrity and transparency in public administration.
Bejerano is leading the Cuban delegation to the Sixth Conference of the States Parties to the United Nations Convention against Corruption, opened yesterday in LenExpo, the biggest congress center of St. Petersburg, which will run until Friday, Nov 6.