Anti-corruption Training Conducted in Two National Army Institutions
CHISINAU, May 17, 2019 — The Military Inspectorate (MI) of the Ministry of Defense, in cooperation with the National Anti-corruption Center (NAC), conducted training sessions on the corruption phenomenon, its dangers, and the consequences of being involved in actions of corruption for the military and civil staff of two National Army institutions, during May
According to chief of MI, Col. Victor Pirtina, the activity had the objective to inform and consolidate the knowledge of the students of the fourth year and professors of the Military Academy of Armed Forces “Alexandru cel Bun” and the medical staff of the Central Military Hospital regarding the testing of institutional integrity, conflicts of interest, whistleblowers’ protection, the legal regulation on gifts, as well as liability for corruption acts and corrupt behavior.
The source mentioned that the sessions have been attended by 155 people from the two institutions. Yearly, over 85% of the defense institution’s staff, from all the garrisons, participates in similar trainings conducted by the Military Inspectorate and the National Anti-corruption Center.
Col. Pirtina added that the training of service members and public servants of the Ministry of Defense on institutional integrity aspects is part of the Ministry’s Action Plan on the implementation of the National Integrity and Anticorruption Strategy for