OAS Commission proposes reforms to El Salvador to fight corruption

The proposals were delivered to the Salvadoran Foreign Minister, Alexandra Hill, and to the legal secretary of the Presidency, Conan Castro, in a meeting with the commissioner in El Salvador of the Cicies, Ronalth Ochaeta.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The International Commission Against Impunity in El Salvador (CICIES) presented to the Salvadoran government, on Thursday, March 25th, a series of proposals for legal reforms to combat corruption and impunity, according to a statement issued by the Organization of American States (OAS).

The proposals of CICIES, created by an agreement between the government of the Central American country and the OAS, seek to "prevent corruption, guarantee transparency, accountability of officials, as well as new typologies for the prosecution of crimes against the State's patrimony."

According to the source, CICIES proposes reforms to the laws on . . .

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