Claudy Gassant, director of the Anti- Corruption Unit, is calling for urgent measures to facilitate the prosecution of corruption cases. The Unit submitted over thirty financial investigation reports to the prosecution, but only two were sanctioned by courts. He believes these cases should be given priority in the justice system.
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