An audit by the Finance Ministry at the General Inspectorate of the Security Forces (GIBS) has revealed irregularities in financing, the ministry’s spokesman Michal Žurovec told Czech Radio.
The ministry has reportedly filed a criminal complaint on the grounds of the findings.
According to Prime Minister Andrej Babiš, who commissioned the audit, inspectors found irregularities in the distribution of a 15 million crown sum.
Mr. Babiš said the results of the audit had confirmed his fears and justified his decision in calling on the institution’s former head Michal Murín to resign.
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