Tunisia: Supporting INLUCC’s ability to investigate asset declarations

Between March and May 2019, NCSC organized the inauguration of five new regional offices of Tunisia’s National Anti-Corruption Agency (INLUCC). These inaugurations were held in Gabes, Gafsa, Jendouba, Medenine, and Tozeur.  The new offices are expected to become regional hubs for the intake of government official asset declarations, anti-corruption sensitization activities, and investigation of corruption allegations. The expansion of INLUCC’s presence beyond Tunis is part of a national strategy to strengthen the fight against corruption and encourage local-level participation in efforts to deter, prevent, and counter corruption.

Earlier this year, NCSC procured new equipment and furniture for INLUCC’s declaration unit, five new regional offices and one new mobile unit. NCSC provided computers, printers, copiers, and office furniture for the five new offices.

The Increasing Accountability in Tunisia Program is funded by the U.S. Department of State’s Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) and implemented by NCSC.