Fausto Lupera, one of the most opted for the Council of Citizen Participation and Social Control CPCCS
Lupera offers a fight against corruption through the application of a system of detailed control of public institutions, but also through surveillance of private companies.
“There are many things to investigate in the private sector, a private enrichment that is not justified, where the resources come from to see if it correlates with the payment of taxes to the Internal Revenue Service (SIR) …”, he says.
For Lupera, much corruption is born from the private sector that is the provider of public entities, and pays commissions and bribes to win contracts for state works.
He also offers a control to reduce the interests of the loans that the financial entities deliver and to promote that the population participates actively in the processes that the CPCCS develops. (I)