Togo : Government adopts WAEMU law on ethics and deontology relative to public procurements

Economic governance
Wednesday, 26 June 2019 16:18
Togo : Government adopts WAEMU law on ethics and deontology relative to public procurements

(Togo First) - Togo’s government implemented yesterday at a ministers’ council a WAEMU guideline relative to ethics and deontology in public services and public procurements.

The decision is explained by failures to fight malpractices and inappropriate behaviors relating to the procurements. The government hence wishes to better the latter and improve on public service delegations.

In the long term, the adoption of the measure should boost transparency in both public finance management and public procurement processes. In this framework, “every public servant found to have intentionally or by negligence infringed any of the guidelines will be sanctioned accordingly.”

Séna Akoda

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