Addis Ababa October 17/2013 The 2nd annual conference of the National Anti-Corruption Coalition opened here Thursday.
The two-day conference discuses the 2004EC. and 2005EC. budget year performance report of the federal and regional anti-corruption commissions.
It will also discuss the 2006EC. and 2007EC. budget year national anti-corruption strategy.
Speaking on the occasion Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn said his government has been undertaking various activities to curb corruption.
He said the five-year anticorruption struggle is mainly focused on land administration, government revenues, government procurement and sales as well as justice system.
The Premier said various surveys conducted in the country displayed that the anti-corruption struggle is bearing fruit, though there is still a need to further strengthen the struggle.
The Premier urged employees of government organizations and public enterprises to support the fight against corruption.
Regional anti-corruption commissions, women and youth leagues, associations, coalitions, professional and civic societies, religious institutions and anti-corruption clubs are members of the National Anti-Corruption Coalition.