Juan Manuel Santos (Colombia)
Askain | August 7, 2010 at 04:48 pmby
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They promised not to receive gifts, to be punctual and disciplined, to declare goods before appropriating itself and to preventing his interests from entering conflict with the public thing, among other promises. These and other points are contained in a declaration of principles and values sent at the conclusion of the summit of two days in Anapoima.
It is the first time that and chief executive assumes this type of public commitment with the country, especially for the way like it does that it involves all the agents of his government.
" We did an exercise to fix a few principles and a few values of Good Government, principles and values that they have to see with the system to govern, with the public ethics, of behavior of each one of the civil servants of the Government. " Santos said on having explained the conclusions of the meeting.
In the catalogue of principles and values one warns that there will exist " zero tolerance " with the corruption, which means a “campanazo” of alert to his collaborators: " Commitment with the social prosperity, transparency, zero tolerances with the corruption, equity, pluralism, efficiency, efficiency and austerity ".
On having said to the system of government that it will begin to apply this Saturday, the declaration assures that it will be " effective, competitive and with standards of world class, centered on results, with permanent capacity of measurement, feed forward more that I reactivate and meritocratic ".
Also his government will be marked for " the service to the community, interdependencies, decentralization, orientate and promoter, by specific persons in charge for the achievement of the aims of the government, and the maxim of the third call route, which Holy leads: " Market up to where it is possible, A State up to where it is necessary ".
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