Rosaura Villanueva Arzapalo, Quintana Roo’s Special Prosecutor in the Fight Against Corruption, highlights the progress and achievements in the entity from compliance, integrity and crime prevention to world leaders attending the Women’s Economic Forum (WEF) 2022 in Buenos . Ayers, Argentina.
In a statement dated in Buenos Aires, it is announced that the anti-corruption prosecutor participated in a panel on compliance and integrity in Argentina and the world, focusing on a gender perspective, towards more transparent and competitive businesses.
Dr. Villanueva Arzapalo said that in recent times the paradigm has been broken in Quintana Roo by becoming a leader in Mexico, with achievements through criminal liability of legal entities and based on the recovery of assets.
Quintana Roo has a distinct and unique chapter in the country, on the responsibility of legal persons for the commission of 25 crimes, which has become the entity with the largest number of crimes committed by legal persons; Of which only 10 are under the jurisdiction of the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office.
The actions of the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office in Quintana Roo fulfill the main objectives of the National Code of Criminal Procedure, based on an institutional strategic plan, which establishes the basis for an effective investigation to clarify the facts, protect the innocent, This ensures that the guilty are not spared and the damage is repaired.
“This prompts us to complete another guiding axis, called the Fiduciary Prosecutor, due to various reparation agreements, as part of the publicity that is happening for the application of alternative dispute resolution mechanisms or early forms of termination of the criminal process. The type receives damage recovery,” he added.
He argued that the fight against corruption is not an easy task, but with honesty, transparency and professionalism, this problem can be tackled and concrete results can be achieved in favor of the state, municipalities and individuals.
She also highlighted that women have shown political leadership, worked across party lines, and even in the most aggressive political arena. However, the data indicates that this representation is inadequate at all levels of decision making in the world.
Today, he said, the Anti-Corruption Prosecutor’s Office is making significant progress with a focus on gender perspective, as women occupy managerial positions in the institution and this allows for their empowerment.