Ethics chief to act on the media or social networks’ corruption buzz
Santo Domingo.- The head of the Government’s Ethics Commission on Sunday said he’ll proceed and response to all corruption allegations against officials whether on the media or the social networks.
Marino Vinicio Castillo said he’ll work with his department’s mandates to change the perception of much of the population, which believes that officials prever to line their own pockets and not do their job.
The official’s lecture on "Ethics in the Civil Servant" marked the Aqueducts Agency’s 50th anniversary, where its director Alberto Holguin also handed Castillo a copy of his entity’s Code of Ethics and regulations.
Holguin pledged to manage INAPA transparently, adhering to ethical and moral principles, as stated by president Danilo Medina. "I’m your servant and we want the same commitment to be ethical, moral and being a great server, that’s why we’re here and I’m sure we’re going to make this agency a great step forward and we’re going to do so very firmly."