Wednesday October 21, 2020

No time to waste on public sector reform

It would be wrong to suggest that the kind of lax control on the spending of taxpayers’ money which appears to have been widespread in parts of Fas is symptomatic of what happens across the public sector.

29th November, 2008

It would be wrong to suggest that the kind of lax control on the spending of taxpayers’ money which appears to have been widespread in parts of Fas is symptomatic of what happens across the public sector.

As successive reports from the Comptroller & Auditor General have shown, the public sector, like any large organisation, needs constant monitoring in terms of proper controls on vast budgets. This does not mean waste is endemic. What...

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