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Harabin stubbornly refuses Finance Ministry audit

For the past several weeks the Ministry of Finance has made several unsuccessful attempts to conduct an audit at the Supreme Court, and chief justice Stefan Harabin is still turning them away.

Harabin is claiming that only the Supreme Audit Office (NKU) has the jurisdiction to conduct the audit, as he believes that it is the only way to ensure ‘objectivity’, even though the Supreme Audit Office is run by alleged former croneys.

Harabin pointed out how he did not understand how the case of a suspected conflict of interests in the Hayek Consulting affair could be examined by the Supreme Audit Office, while it could not conduct the audit at the Supreme Court. He claims that this is double standards and that the suspects in the Hayek affair have the right to objective evaluation, while the Supreme Court did not.

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