On April 8, the law №37 (accepted 17.03.2016) came into force: now the Article 28 of the Court of Accounts Law №261-XVI from 5 December 2008 is officially modified.

Now the Court of Accounts has the right to audit the enterprises in which the state holds at least one third of the assets. In the previous version of the law, the Court of Accounts had the right to audit only those businesses in which the state share was above 50%.

According to the modifications, the Court of Accounts will audit the "state-owned and municipal companies whose capital belongs entirely to state or territorial administrative units as well as companies in which the state, the administrative territorial units, the state enterprises and municipalities hold, individually or together, at least one third of the assets".

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