Transparency international lauds Morocco's anti-corruption efforts
Morocco, Politics, 12/6/2000
Transparency International, an organization that struggles against corruption, lauded efforts by the Moroccan government to eradicate corruption.
The organization executive director, Roslyn G. Hees, told MAP bureau in Berlin following a meeting with Moroccan prime minister Youssoufi, the organization would like to see Morocco consolidate its struggle against corruption and extend it to other fields.
Youssoufi is said to have welcomed the organization suggestion to set forth a law that protects those who denounce corruption cases.
In 1999, Morocco ranked 45th in terms of corruption. The standing was better in 1998 as Morocco held the 56th rank.
Youssoufi received on Tuesday two representatives from the movement on the sidelines of his official visit to Germany this dec.3-5.
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