For the fifth time since the inception of the Country, the General Audit Chamber presents the results of the audit of the financial statement. Specifically, this is the financial statement for the year 2015.
Government has still not managed to present a solid and auditable financial statement.
As evidence, one needs to look no further than the accountant’s adverse opinion. More diligence in achieving improvement is expected from a Country that has previously produced five financial statements. In our opinion, it is time that Parliament assumes its supervisory role and addresses the responsible minister(s) on this matter.
Improvement will only take place when ministers and Parliament assume responsibility.Download PDF