U.S. ambassador Aggeler: The country must find a way to move the vetting process forward before people take their positions


The vetting process is very important and is a challenge, especially in the justice system, said the United States ambassador to the country, Angela Aggeler, in in an interview with Alsat TV. According to Aggeler, it is very important that this process, if it is done, is completely transparent and fair.
“Vetting can be very challenging, as we’ve seen in some other countries where it hasn’t worked well. It is particularly challenging in the justice system because of the need to assess those already in position and in a system where corruption already exists, it is very important to ensure that the process is completely transparent and fair. The background check in the U.S. is done before taking office. We don’t have enough time to describe to you the ordeal I went through to be nominated and confirmed as US Ambassador. I hope this country will find a way to move the vetting process forward before people take their positions in a way that is best for that institution,” Aggeler said.
Aggeler told Alsat that institutions in Washington are very cautious in the thorough investigation of the names prior to their disclosure. The investigation involves politicians, people from the judiciary and businessmen. It depends on the country’s institutions what it will do with these individuals, thr ambassador added.

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