In Abu Davi, the authorities in charge launch a new implementation of a ‘Wajib’ infringement reporting platform, allowing people to make confidential reports of financial and administrative corruption in the capital of the United Arab Emirates.
Government entities to improve the position of the emirate and guarantee its financial and economic systems, gave way to the new application that aims to promote and consolidate the principles of integrity, transparency, responsibility and good government practices.
Reports can be submitted through the platform by anyone who witnesses illegal or harmful practices that undermine the integrity of the Government, including employees, customers and suppliers of government-related entities in Abu Dhabi.
The Wajib application is accessible to all and easy to use, has been designed to be inclusive and is specifically created to maintain the highest levels of confidentiality of all personal data provided and those who carry out acts of corruption.
After receiving and reviewing the confidential reports in the app, the complainant will be contacted to authenticate the details of the incident, and will be asked to provide personal information and verify their identity by entering a code sent to their private mobile phone, which will have been registered on the platform during the complaint process.
A financially and administratively independent body working directly under the authority of the Office of the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and the Abu Dhabi Accountability Authority is responsible for promoting the principles of transparency and integrity in the departments and employees of the Government of Abu Dhabi and society in general, reported the Emirates Herald, a news and information agency.