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Court of Audit

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A Court of Audit or Court of Accounts is a Supreme audit institution, i.e. a government institution performing financial and/or legal audit (i.e. Statutory audit or External audit) on the executive branch of power.

  • Courts of Audit:
  • Algeria: Cour des comptes (Algérie)
  • Australia: Australian National Audit Office
  • Austria: Rechnungshof
  • Belgium: Cour des comptes / Rekenhof / Rechnungshof (Court of Audit of Belgium)
  • Benin: Cour des comptes (Bénin)
  • Brazil: Tribunal de Contas da União
  • Bulgaria: Chamber of Audit (Bulgaria) (Smetna palata)
  • European Union: the European Court of Auditors or ECA
  • France: Cour des comptes (Court of Audit of France)
  • Germany: Bundesrechnungshof
  • Indonesia: Badan Pemeriksa Keuangan
  • Italy: Corte dei Conti
  • Ivory Coast: Cour des comptes (Côte d'Ivoire)
  • Japan: Board of Audit (Japan)
  • Luxemburg: Lëtzebuerger Cour des comptes
  • Maroc: Cour des comptes (Maroc)
  • Moldova: Curtea de Conturi (Moldova)
  • The Netherlands: Netherlands Court of Audit (Algemene Rekenkamer)
  • Norway: Riksrevisjonen
  • Philippine: Philippine Commission on Audit
  • Portugal: Tribunal de Contas (Portuguese Court of Audits)
  • Romania: Curtea de Conturi
  • Slovenia: Court of Audit of the Republic of Slovenia (Računsko sodišče)
  • Spain: Tribunal de Cuentas (Court of Accounts (Spain))
  • Sweden: Riksrevisionen
  • Tunisie: Cour des comptes (Tunisie)
  • United Kingdom: National Audit Office
  • United States: Government Accountability Office
  • References

    Court of Audit Wikipedia


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