AN approved Reform of Law against Corruption

The National Assembly of the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela unanimously approved the Partial Reform of the Law Against Corruption, in its first discussion.

The president of the Permanent Commission of Comptroller Alexis Rodríguez Cabello, assured that corruption is a social phenomenon that affects the efficiency of the entities and organs of the State, and therefore the well-being of the people.

During the ordinary session, held on the morning of this Tuesday, July 8, 2021, the Venezuelan Parliament also approved the first discussion of the Bill to Reform the Law of Indigenous Languages.

In addition, the second discussion, was postponed the Organic Law Project for the Protection and Integral Care of Elder Adult men and women.