The State Audit plans to turn to the office of the prosecutor to tackle violations uncovered in the State Police College, Nature Protection Office and Culture Ministry.
The institution has published results of audits performed in ministries and central institutions in 2019. Results of the audit reveal that generally institutions prepared their annual accounts correctly in the main posts and in 22 cases out of 24 State Audit provided positive conclusions.
At the same time, State Audit admits this year also there were a number of cases that will be reported to law enforcement institutions for investigations.
The institution will inform the office of the prosecutor of the violations uncovered in the audit performed for Interior Affairs Ministry’s account in 2019 for State Police College in relation to possible records of the work done by teachers, as a result of which teaching staff may have been illegally paid EUR 8 255 in the 2018/2019 school year.
State Audit will also inform the office of the prosecutor about violations uncovered in the audit of accounts for 2019 from Environment Protection and Regional Development Ministry on Nature Protection Offices in relation to setting land lease for mining and quarrying, failing to secure agreed revenue for the state of EUR 273 463 in 2019 and EUR 154 785 in 2018.
Additionally, law enforcement institutions will be informed of the violations uncovered in the audit of accounts for 2019 from Culture Ministry in relation to provision of financial support for creative persons by paying scholarship worth EUR 11 452 to nine persons.
— to bnn-news.com