A Coruña, Spain (PortSEurope) May 15, 2019 – Spain’s Court of Accounts has opened a procedure caused by potential accounting irregularities in the contracting by A Coruña port authority after supervising the works of the outer harbour from 2012 to 2014.
The process is opened after an inspection report of the court that reveals presumed anomalies in the adjudications, breaches in terms, budgets and estimation of income, and follows the previous actions with evidence gathering to identify accountable persons.
The port, which denied the irregularities two years ago, replied that the investigation is related to detect “presumed” anomalies and adds that it affects signed contracts before the current president’s arrival in 2009.
Source: Faro de Vigo
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