29 January 2016

Tunisia: Head of State Presented With Annual Report of Court of Auditors

Carthage — The 29th annual general report of the Court of Auditors for the 2013-2014 judicial year and the report related to the closure of the state budget for 2013 were handed, on Friday in Carthage, to President Béji Caid Essebsi.

These reports were handed to the Head of State by the first president of the Court of Auditors Abdellatif Kharat, reported a statement of the Presidency of the Republic, published on Friday.

According to the same source, the Head of State emphasised, on this occasion, the need to publish these reports on the Court's website, so as to allow all the concerned parties to be informed and take the necessary measures to ensure the follow-up.

For Kharat, the publication of the reports is likely to help the Tunisian citizen practice his right to information on the functioning of the authorities in charge of the management of the public funds, notably concerning the respect of good governance in line with the Constitution.


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