Inspectors need an extra month for the audit of Mochovce
Slovak MPs will be first briefed about the results of the audit concerning the completion of the third and fourth block of the nuclear power plant Mochovce.
The audit conducted by the Supreme Audit Office (NKU) at the power utility Slovenske Elektrarne is coming to an end. Inspectors from the the Supreme Audit Office came to Slovenske Elektrarne at the end of 2014. Under the resolution approved by the Parliament, they were tasked with checking how the budget for the completion of the third and fourth block of the nuclear power plant Mochovce was spent. The audit is expected to end by April 17. The Supreme Audit Court is yet reluctant to reveal further information on the audit. According to the Supreme Audit Office, the entire audit is confidential. The public does not know when the results of audit could be available. It’s certain that Slovak MPs will be first briefed about its results.
Full story in Slovak: Inšpektori z NKÚ potrebujú na kontrolu Mochoviec ešte mesiac
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