ARAC hosts course entitled: " Strengthening Capacities for the Investigation of High Complexity Corruption Crimes and Litigation in the Adversarial System "
From Tuesday 8 October to Friday 11 October the Regional Anti-Corruption Academy (ARAC) offered the course entitled "Strengthening Capacities for the Investigation of High Complexity Corruption Crimes and Litigation in the Adversarial System", providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and best practices that are used to improve the investigative and prosecution techniques for processing grand corruption in the context of the new procedures established through the adversarial system in Panama. The workshop also fostered the cooperation between participating countries (Chile, Panama and Paraguay).
In the context of cooperation between countries with emerging economies, the course was conducted under the esteemed tutelage of four experts from the Public Ministry and the National Police of the Republic of Chile.
Participants included 26 representatives from the National Police, the Supreme Court, the Court of Accounts, the Accounts Prosecutor´s Office, the Attorney General's Office, the National Security Council and the Comptroller´s Office of Panama. In addition, representatives from the Attorney General's Office and the Financial Intelligence Unit from Paraguay also participated.
This training was financed by the NAS/INL Office of the U.S. Embassy in Panama.