Sudan has been selected as a member of the Executive Council of the African Organization for Combating Bribery and Corruption during a forum organized by the African Training and Research Centre in Administration for Development (CAFRAD) in Morocco.
The Council membership includes eight countries representing 55 African countries.
Sudan’s Minister of Human Resources Development Al Sadiq Al Hadi Al Mahdi said the government representative in the conference, said that the work of the Executive Council coincided with the Forum, which lasted for two days to fight bribery and corruption, reviewing the past year performance reports ,working papers and experiences, and concluded that the corruption is an intruder on Africa and one of the remnants of colonialism.
The 13th forum on modernization of the public service and state institutions was held here on Wednesday with the participation of groups of ministers and top officials in Africa.
The two-day event focused on anti-corruption in African public services as a tool to implement responsible public governance.
The forum was organized by the Moroccan Ministry of Reform of the Administration and the Civil Service in partnership with the African Training and Research Centre in Administration for Development (CAFRAD).
On the side-lines of the forum, the 2nd edition of the Pan-African Public Service Awards will be delivered to encourage African countries to support the initiatives and innovative actions likely to improve public service delivery.