UN Inspects Cuba’s Fight Against Corruption

HAVANA TIMES – Cuba presents on Thursday its Executive Report on the implementation of Chapters III and IV of the International Convention against Corruption, concerning Criminalization and Law Enforcement and International Cooperation.

Dimitri Vlassis, official of the UN Office on Drugs and Crime, arrived to Cuba on Tuesday, where he will reveal the results of the analysis carried out by the UN and the governments of  Guatemala and Brazil, as country examiners.

Vlassis will also meet with representatives of the Comptroller’s office and the Attorney General, the Ministries of Justice and Foreign Affairs, as well as with whom Granma newspaper called “members of organizations that make up the Cuban civil society .”