Baltasar Garzón closed this Friday the conferences on ‘Zero Corruption’ taking place from Wednesday 13th in the Faculty of Economics of the Universitat de València organised by the Baltasar Garzón Foundation and the Foundation for the Justice of the Valencian Community.
Garzón participated in the two roundtable in the Paranimf. In the first roundtable he talked about ‘The current challenges of corruption’. He enjoyed the company of the president of the Foundation for Justice, the judge José Tomás i Tío, among others.
Baltasar Garzón, José María Tomás i Tío, the vice-principal of Culture and Equity of the Universitat de València, Antonio Ariño; Manuel Alcaraz, the regional ministry deputy of Transparency, Social Responsibility, Participation and Cooperation of the Valencian Government; and Alfons Puncel, deputy secretary of the Valencian Ministry took part in the closure of the conference, at 1.15 p.m.
It all took place on Wednesday in the Faculty of Economics of the Universitat de València. Experts from different fields shared their proposals and opinions on this project, organised by the Baltasar Garzón International Foundation (FIBGAR), with the participation of the Foundation for Justice and supported by the Valencian Ministry of Transparency, Social Responsibility, Participation and Cooperation of the Valencian Government.