The National Anti-Corruption Commission (Nazaha) concluded, on Thursday, November 29th, 2018, a number of panel discussions and meetings with several military and civil officials at the Royal Saudi Naval Forces headquarters, in coordination with the General Administration of Inspection at the Ministry of Defense. These discussions and meeting took place in a two-day course as part of the Awareness Program for Armed Forces Members. His Excellency Commander of the Royal Saudi Naval Forces Lieutenant-General Fahd bin Abdullah Al-Ghafili has attended the program.
The panel discussions were conducted by a number of Nazaha's specialists and included the following subjects: Analysing and assessing risks in administrative and financial procedures, code of conduct, and responsibilities and jurisdiction of The National Anti-Corruption Commission.
These panel discussions come as part of implementing Nazaha's Statute, which contains the holding of conferences, seminars and training courses on transparency, integrity and fighting corruption, as well as within the framework of cooperation and completion of awareness and educational efforts with governmental and private entities in the field of protecting integrity and fighting corruption.