Tunisia can achieve a 4 or 5 % leap in growth rate in little time if the state invests more in good governance and anti-corruption policies”, President of the National Anti-Corruption Authority (INLUCC) Chawki Tabib said.
Around 2,500 citizens have so far declared their property, indicating that the category of judges has been the most numerous to perform this duty (400), Tabib reported.
The president of INLUCC said the participation rate is much higher in regions than in Tunis. “We hope to reach the number 50 thousand by December 16”, the deadline for the declaration of assets.
At a study day held Thursday in Sfax on law No. 2018-46 of August 1, 2018, on the declaration of assets and interests, Chawki Tabib said that the lowest rate was, however, recorded in the category of party leaders, he pointed out.