The Director of Audit, Rajun Jugurnath once again falls malfunctions size in management of public finances. Its report on public expenditure in 2012, released Tuesday afternoon July 16, pin among other Waste Water Management Authority (WMA), the Office of the Prime Minister, Health and Social Security.
At WMA, he notes that for any project to the sewer in Plaines Wilhems, an additional envelope of Rs 864 million has been disbursed for a project that would initially cost Rs 2.8 billion. He also noted that a contractor has touched Rs 1.6 million compensation for being forced to interrupt its work during the legislative elections in 2010.
Another troubling fact noted by the report in 2012: an additional cost of Rs 61 million for the payment of old-age pension at the Department of Social Security. Home visits to elderly patients by doctors Social Security people have raised eyebrows the audit office. Each physician received an average Rs 860,000 in 2012 for home visits. The audit also noted that some patients are in two categories, which implies that the doctor was able to collect double the fee for a single visit.
Worse, the report stresses that people who have died since 2003 are still on the list of patients to visit.
At the Prime Minister's Office, the audit draws attention to the cost of maintenance and repair of police helicopters. Expenses for the repair of three Chetaks, the last three years amounted to Rs 58.7 million.
In Education, the Director of Audit refers to the construction of a primary school located in Bois-Rouge August and December 2011. The investment for the project was estimated at Rs 59.6 million. However, the contract was subcontracted without the approval of the Ministry for Rs 54.18 million. According to the report, the construction was not done according to the specification.
The Minister of Health has acquired 16 vehicles non-medicalized in order to convert them into an ambulance. Only four of them have been transformed by ambulance, the rest is used to convey the health personnel for methadone level. Health has paid Rs 16.5 million for the purchase of its vehicles by mode "emergency procurement."