African MPs support push against illicit financial flows




From 4th to 5th July 2016, Tax Justice Network- Africa and the East Africa Tax and Governance Network held a consultative workshop in Arusha, Tanzania with 33 Members of Parliament from various countries in Africa and eight civil society group representatives. They concluded a consultative forum on ways of curbing illicit financial flows from Africa and their role as legislators to stop the same. The meeting which was convened under the auspices of the Africa Parliamentarians Network on Illicit Financial Flows and Tax (APNIFFT) also focused on Tax and Human rights issues.


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