The new government starts waging comprehensive and unselective fight against crime and corruption. Taxpayers have the right to know where and how their money is spent and how institutions with funding from the national budget work, the new deputy PM in charge of fight against corruption and crime, sustainable development and human resources LjupchoNikolovski said Tuesday.
He said that all stakeholders must be involved in providing order and implementing laws where everyone is equal.
“Transparency and openness are our top priority, they will be a must from top to bottom,” Niklolovski said, noting his post came as a result of the government’s commitment to guarantee rule of law.
The new government, he announced, will work on redefining the code of ethics and professional conduct for government members and government-appointed officials.