Estonia's representative in the European Court of Auditors Juhan Parts is to be responsible for an audit which is to be conducted to find on how the European Commission manages the risk of fraud in EU spending.
The audit will focus on fraud prevention and fraud response and will include contributions from NGOs, academics and prosecutors, as well as Europol and Eurojust, the press office of the European Court of Auditors said.
In a 2015 Eurobarometer survey on perceptions of fraud and corruption affecting the EU budget, 71 per cent of respondents tho...
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