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DRC’s Jules attends the 90th session of the interpol general assembly in India

In light of the DRC’s efforts in the last couple of years, more so through the IGF and Jules Alingete’s leadership, the country has effectively improved its outlook and implemented strategies and actions to combat corruption and embezzlement of public funds. 
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IGF Chief of DRC Jules Key is in New Delhi, India. Courtesy/File photo.

Last Updated on: 21st October 2022, 03:36 pm

During the four-day assembly, from October 18 – 21 October 2022, a panel will be held to further discuss policing initiatives for financial crimes and corruption.


Kinshasa – October 21, 2022: Jules Alingete Key, Chief of Service at the General Inspectorate of Finance (IGF), is attending Interpol’s 90th General Assembly in New Delhi, India, where he arrived this Monday, 17th October 2022.

He is part of the Congolese delegation led by Chief Commissioner of the National police, Jean Baelongandi, in an effort to strengthen the efforts in the fight against criminality in all forms in the Democratic Republic of Congo.

Given the IGF inspectors’ capacity as judicial police officers (OPJs) with restricted or special powers, the IGF is also integrated within the national police body.

The Interpol, or International Criminal Police Organization, is an intergovernmental organization with 195 member countries. Working in collaboration with police in each of these countries, Interpol provides expertise and services to member countries in order to make the world a safer place by fighting a wide range of crimes such as corruption, cyber-crime, terrorism, counterfeit currency and documents, organized crime, and financial crime, to name a few.

As the governing body of this intergovernmental organization, the General Assembly gathers yearly to make decisions. On the agenda for this 90th session, are several presentations, workshops, and discussions regarding key subjects such as the future of policing within a modern context, partnerships to support law enforcement globally, as well as geographical and gender diversity of its workforce.


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During the four-day assembly, from October 18 – 21 October 2022, a panel will be held to further discuss policing initiatives for financial crimes and corruption.

In light of the DRC’s efforts in the last couple of years, more so through the IGF and Jules Alingete’s leadership, the country has effectively improved its outlook and implemented strategies and actions to combat corruption and embezzlement of public funds.

Since his appointment as the Head of the IGF, Jules Alingete has tirelessly worked to materialize President Félix Tshisekedi’s vision of a nation free of corruption and other anti-values.

His presence at Interpol’s 90th General Assembly is an opportunity to exchange with Interpol on methods and strategies for anti-corruption practices, as well as asset recovery.

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