Government Launches Anti-Corruption Program in Belize

Government Launches Anti-Corruption Program in Belize

The Government has launched its calendar of activities that will look at the topic of anti-corruption.  An official launch of the program was done today in Belmopan.  According to the Director of Good Governance, Dr Carlo Ross, the activities are made up of teaching moments to make people aware of what is being done to fight corruption.

Minister of Public Service, Henry Charles Usher, was at today’s launch, saying that the activities are not only geared at sensitizing the public, but also to train public officers in good governance.

Our newsroom will be following the anti-corruption activities as the week progresses.

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