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Administrative Control Authority suspends top anti-corruption officials – on grounds of corruption

By Hadi Fornaji. Tunis, 11 August 2017: The head of the Administrative Control Authority (ACA), Abdulsalam Al-Hassi, has ordered the suspension of the head of the anti-corruption authority pending further investigations into corruption in the organisation. Also suspended are the body’s two deputy heads, the financial controller and the auditor. The allegations against them have […]Original Article

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