Notice of submission of the report to the Croatian Parliament
Objavljeno 26. 10. 2020. On October 26, 2020, the State Audit Office submitted to the Croatian Parliament a Report on the performed performance audit management of waiting lists for magnetic resonance procedures (accompanied by 21 individual reports) and two reports on the performed performance audit, namely the sale of shares in Hrvatsko mirovinsko investicijsko društvo doo and sale of shares and business stakes in Hrvatske ceste doo. In addition, 49 reports on the performed financial audits were submitted for five users of the state budget (Coastal Shipping Agency, Home for Adults Borova, Croatian Regulatory Agency for Network Activities, Croatian Waters and the Ministry of Defense), 32 local units (cities: Benkovac, Hrvatska Kostajnica, Lepoglava and Zabok, and municipalities: Andrijaševci, Babina Greda, Cernik, Čaglin, Domašinec, Donji Lapac, Dvor, Ervenik, Farkaševac, Kaptol, Kijevo, Koprivnički Bregi, Kraljevec na Sutli, Kravarsko, Kršan, Mrkopalj, Novigrad Podravski, Rad both, Raša, Satnica Đakovačka, Sibinj, Špišić Bukovica, Trpanj, Tučepi, Veliki Bukovec, Vođinci, Vrhovine, Zažablje), six homes for the elderly (Home for the elderly and infirm Čakovec, Home for the elderly and infirm Đakovo, Home for the elderly and infirm Bjelovar, Home for the elderly Centar, Zagreb, Home for the elderly Ksaver, Zagreb and Home for the elderly Trnje, Zagreb), three companies at the local level (Komunalac doo, Konjščina, Periska doo for sports and recreational activities, Vinkovci and Slatina Kom doo, Slatina) and three non-profit organizations (Croatian Science Foundation, Croatian Auto Club and City Croatian Red Cross Society of the Red Cross Ogulin). All reports were submitted to the State Attorney's Office of the Republic of Croatia on the same day and published on the Office's website.
Author: Ivica Bitunjac for Croatian Parliament