an audit report pinpoints the financial management of the Assembly under Kaboré

In his audit report, Philippe Néri Nion, the comptroller general, notes several irregularities. Among other things, we can retain over-invoicing, non-payment of late penalties, fictitious missions, taking charge of people absent from missions, unjustified payments, irregular fuel outflows, illegal public procurement, Irregular granting of advantages to certain people, abusive recourse to the procedure of direct agreement.

According to Comptroller General, the financial impact of these irregularities at the level of the presidency, the National Assembly and the Prime Minister amounts to more than 16 billion CFA francs, including 13 billion at the level of the National Assembly alone. A report that the lawyers of the former president of the Burkinabe parliament reject. For them, it’s just “ harm to their client. The lawyers accuse former President Paul Henri Damiba, who ordered this audit, of wanting, through this case, “ liquidate “their client who seemed” represent a threat for his power.

According to Me Willy Dieudonné, the supporting documents for the expenses incurred exist ” indeed » and a sum of 12 billion CFA francs is deposited in a bank for the construction of a seat of the National Assembly.

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