Parliamentary committee set up to look into public spending abuse

Parliamentary committee set up to look into public spending abuse

As in the previous National Assembly, a temporary committee was set up in parliament tasked with reviewing the country’s administration over the past 5 years.

It will inspect 50 sectors, ministries, associations, financing programmes, regulatory authorities, including the bonus sums given out in public administration. The companies under scrutiny will include Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant, the National Electricity Company, the State Consolidation Company, the Bulgarian Water and Sewerage Holding, Maritsa-Iztok 2 TPP. The committee chair Maya Manolova stated that the committee could review the decisions to use special intelligence means, as this has drained a considerable financial resource.

During the vote the GERB parliamentary group walked out of plenary but subsequently made nominations for members of the committee.

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