Panama City, November 27 (RHC)-- Cuba is ready to prevent and face any source or instance of corruption, a high Cuban Government Official told the Fifth Conference of Member States of the United Nations Convention Against Corruption, meeting in Panama City until this coming Friday, November 29th.
Fifteen hundred delegates from one hundred and thirty nine nations are attending this important event, aimed at forging national links against corruption
Cuba Deputy Comptroller General, Alina Vicente, told the plenary of the Cuban Government’s devotion to face corruption, and said that a National control Commission has been created to lead and monitor that constant struggle, under the direction of Cuban Comptroller General, Gladys Bejerano.
The Cuban anti-corruption effort was recently examined by a visiting United Nations team with experts from Brazil and Guatemala. Vicente said that Cuba is open to new visits by international experts and is ready to cooperate with any other nation in the application of the Anti corruption international convention.
Cuba, the high Government official told the international meeting, is currently involved in a process of improvement and updating of its economic model aiming at setting up of a prosperous and sustainable economic model based on efficiency, respect for legality, discipline and the rule of law.
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