Three officials are fined for breaching the Code of Ethics


Law 6 of January 22, 2002: Dictates regulations for Transparency in public management, and Law 33 of April 25, 2013, empowers ANTAI to apply fines to public servants up to an amount that does not exceed 50% of your monthly salary.

Three officials are fined for breaching the Code of Ethics

Facade of the Antai. Photo: Illustrative

Three public servants, who violated the Code of Ethics, were sanctioned by the National Authority for Transparency and Access to Information (ANTAI), with fines ranging from 10 to 50% of their salary.

This is a PANDEPORTES official who was sanctioned with 50% of the monthly salary for not complying with the procedure corresponding to an application, after a complaint filed by the National College of Baseball Umpires of Panama.

A public servant from the National Land Administration Authority (ANATI) was also fined 50% of her salary for violating the principle of legality of the Code of Ethics.

The other case corresponds to a custodian of the Tinajitas Detention Center, who introduced a sum of money to a relative in another penitentiary center. The sanction to this official was for 10% of the monthly salary.

It should be noted that Law 6 of January 22, 2002: “Issues regulations for Transparency in public management”, and Law 33 of April 25, 2013, empower the ANTAI to apply fines to public servants up to a amount not to exceed 50% of your monthly salary.

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