Updated on 17.11.2017, 20:52 (AST)

10.11.2017, 18:50

Kazakh Accounts Committee reveals 21.5 bln tenge worth of violations in Ministry of Labor, Social Protection.


ALMATY. Nov 10 (Interfax-Kazakhstan) – Kazakhstan's Accounts Committee for Supervision over Execution of the Government Budget has revealed financial violations worth 21.5 billion tenge (332.99 tenge/$1), procedural violations worth 33 billion tenge and violations arising from inefficient planning and misuse of budget funds worth 60 billion tenge following a government audit of 2.5 trillion tenge in total of the Ministry of Labor and Social Protection of Population and a number of its subsidiaries and local executive bodies of Aktobe, East Kazakhstan, West Kazakhstan and Pavlodar regions, the Accounts Committee press office has said.


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