Bolivian Govt Focuses on Anti Corruption Law

La Paz, Apr 6 (Prensa Latina) The Bolivian executive focused its debate on the Anti Corruption Law Marcelo Quiroga Santa Cruz in a hotel on the banks of the Titicaca lake, about 46 miles from La Paz.

  Before beginning debates, President Evo Morales highlighted that the extraordinary meeting aims to go into those public policies that improve the people’s quality of life.

During the meeting the Institutional Accountability and Struggle against Corruption Minister Nardy Suxo explained the current anti-corruption law and how can it be implemented.

The law establishes the procedures to prevent, investigate, trial, sanction and recover the state heritage through the competent regional organs.

The Minister of Foreign Affairs David Choquehuanca told about the preparations for the 1st World People’s Conference on Climate Change and the Rights of Mother Herat to be held from April 20 to 22 in Cochabamba.

So far, representatives from the five continents have confirmed their attendance to the conference, called by Chavez after UN summit’s failure in Copenhagen in December.

After defining its stance in March, the Venezuelan social organizations proposed to make a world referendum on climate issues and the creation of a climate justice court to trial those governments that damage the environment with its consumption policies.

Source: Prensa Latina


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