President Enrique Peña Nieto invited the leaders of the Business Coordinating Council (the directors of the Confederations, Chambers and Associations) to discuss the National Anticorruption System and the enormous structural progress this involves.
The entrepreneurs meticulously analyzed this package of laws with over 800 articles incorporating the most advanced international practices to combat corruption.
Business leaders considered that this is an effective scheme, with the legal instruments required to cope with the scourge of corruption.
In this exercise of open dialogue, private sector representatives expressed their concerns regarding the constitutionality of some of the articles approved in this package of laws, which the president listened to carefully.
CCE representatives reiterated their commitment to the probity of the private sector and their recognition of the progress achieved to date in the legislative process, together with the constant support and work of civil society and business organizations and citizens in this respect.
They also informed the president of the coordinated work carried out with the Public Administration Secretariat to reinforce integrity and combat corruption in public service.