The CEELI Institute has returned to Tunisia on November 2-3 to organize another workshop in cooperation with the Tunisian Anti-Corruption Agency (INLUCC), this time focused on detecting and investigating corruption in the tax area. Close to forty participants from the INLUCC and a range of other government bodies, including government auditors, tax departments, accountants, lawyers and judges met to discuss the issue in Tunis.

The session was led by veteran Canadian prosecutor John Pearson, together with Tunisian magistrate Mohamed Ayadi.