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Anti-corruption commission reviews 1,400 CIV contracts left by Alejandro Giammattei

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Anti-corruption commission reviews 1,400 CIV contracts left by Alejandro Giammattei

The National Commission against Corruption in Guatemala, led by Santiago Palomo, has begun reviewing over 1,400 contracts signed by the previous authorities of the Ministry of Communications, Infrastructure and Housing (CIV) during Alejandro Giammattei’s government. President Bernardo Arévalo stated that any anomalies found will be reported as part of the ongoing fight against corruption in the country. The contracts under review include projects in road infrastructure, schools, and hospitals, where there are concerns about exorbitant debts or payments.

Arévalo also highlighted the achievements of his government during the past week, including the official presentation of the CNC and its team, the launch of a new school health program to provide services to students in public schools, and a complaint filed against Attorney General Consuelo Porras for alleged failure to fulfill her duties in the fight against corruption. The President emphasized the government’s commitment to transparency and accountability in its operations.

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