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07 Dec 2023 | Thu 16:32
President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu
President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu
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President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu
Pres. reiterates administration’s commitment to remain free of corruption
 
The President stated that he will continue his best efforts to raise awareness of corruption
 
The President declared that all efforts to fight corruption are fully aligned with the policy of his administration
 
The President called on everyone to begin saying "no" to corruption

President Dr. Mohamed Muizzu has reiterated his commitment to lead his administration, free of corruption.

President Dr. Muizzu made these remarks while speaking at the ceremony held to mark this year’s International Anti-Corruption Day, on Thursday.

During the ceremony, President Dr. Muizzu asserted that he would not hesitate to take legal action against anyone guilty of corruption in his administration.

He stated that he will continue his best efforts to raise awareness of corruption.

The President declared that all efforts to fight corruption are fully aligned with the policy of his administration.

Shedding light on the theme of International Anti-Corruption Day, "Uniting the World against Corruption," the President noted that it demonstrated the need for global cooperation in the fight against corruption.

The President additionally called on everyone to begin saying "no" to corruption and highlighted the importance of incorporating the battle against corruption on a national scale. He implored individuals to stop making requests to ask for things outside the rules and further urged everyone to be obedient, cautious, sincere, and religiously motivated, especially those in positions of authority in the nation.

During the event, the President formally opened the Maldives National Anti-Corruption Academy. The primary goals of this academy are to create, train, and educate human resources for the purpose of conducting investigations into corruption and economic crimes.

The National Survey on Corruption 2023 was made public after the ceremony. The Maldives Anti-Corruption Trust Fund and the Corruption Risk Self-Assessment Toolkit were also introduced by the President.

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