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When inspecting the use of budget funds for 2013 year, the Accounting Chamber of Yakutia revealed violations of 7,2 billion rubles
The Accounting Chamber of Yakutia, when inspecting the use of budget funds for 2013 year, revealed violations of 7,2 billion rubles. Today the head of the republic's control body Yegor Markov announced this, reporting to the deputies of the regional parliament, the press service of the parliament reported.
The largest violations were identified in the areas of disposal and management of state property (1,3 billion rubles), placing orders for state and municipal needs (0,9 billion), as well as granting a budgetary loan (2,2 billion). The misuse of funds, according to experts of the Chamber, was slightly more than 160 million rubles, ineffective - 963 million.
After the intervention of the control body, violations for the total amount of 2,7 billion rubles were eliminated. The state budget restored 704 million.
According to Yegor Markov, the Audit Chamber of Yakutia sent some of the verification materials to the prosecutor's office of the Republic for further investigation and action.
According to the press service of the Parliament, the decision on the report will be taken at the next plenary meeting in June.