8 August 2012

Tunisia: PM Examines With Jeribi Means to Improve System of Administrative and Financial Control

Tunis — Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali examined, Wednesday morning, with Chairman of the High Administrative and Financial Control Committee (HCCAF) Ghazi Jeribi, the reform process of the administrative and financial control system and means to improve its performances.

After the talk, Jeribi said that the law organising the HCCAF is not equipped with mechanisms helping to bring offenders to justice or to the financial discipline court for mismanagement, specifying that "these mistakes favoured the multiplication of infringements notably after the Revolution."

A draft reform of the law organising the functioning of the High Administrative and Financial Control Committee, he said, was elaborated in collaboration with the Tunisian Association of Public Controllers and several stakeholders of the sector.

This project, he underlined should give the required efficiency to the control structure by means of energising human and material resources, setting up of mechanisms of data gathering and assessing the performances of the enterprises as well as state activities and projects.

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