Recursive auditing reveals two cases of Asset Means Declaration with serious problems

Recursive auditing reveals two cases of Asset Means Declaration with serious problems

 

By Spiros Sideris – Athens

Twenty-six political figures who have served as members of governments, have problems in their Asset Means Declaration statements and, according to information,  by the auditors who conducted the audits of the statements in about 500 former prime ministers, ministers, deputy ministers and other officials, in the context of the retroactive control of politicians from 1974 to 2012.

According to the same information, from the 26 political figures, only two have severe enough problems in their Asset Means Declaration statements and might be referred for further auditing.

All the information of the retrospective auditing of Asset Means Declaration statements from 1974 to 2012, along with the relevant findings, will be presented at next Tuesday’s relevant Parliamentary Committee by the accountants, and based on the figures it will be decided who will be investigated further.