Transparency International Anti-Corruption Center (TIAC) with the support of Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development has released the second video in the series of anti-corruption short stories: "Fish Thief Will Steal a Horse". The video shows how teenagers beat an alarm signal to the law enforcement officers about the illegal sale of whitefish and the corruption chain helped detect fishermen and prevent Lake Sevan ecosystem disturbance.
TIAC mentions that the list of the short stories aims to raise awareness among the schoolchildren. Reminder: by the initiative of EcoLur Informational NGO, in May 2019, the Public Environmental Court adjudicated and recognized Lake Sevan ecosystem violations as a crime against nature, human and state.
March 27, 2020 at 11:14