The Economy and Finance Commission of the Cortes de Castilla y León has unanimously approved this Monday the Annual Audit Plan of the Accounts Council for 2022 of the Accounts Council, in which the financial analysis of the Regional Health Management appears, with special reference to the payments made as a result of the contract for the construction and management of the University Hospital of Burgos (HUBU).
The president of the Accounts Council, Mario Amilivia, has stressed during his appearance that it is a "pioneering" and "innovative" control plan, which emphasizes the social spending of the regional Administration, at the same time that he has lamented that this external control body is the only one in all of Spain that does not have autonomy or independence to approve its own control plans, informs Ical.
In this sense, he has proposed that the Accounts Council itself should approve the inspection plan and that it be later expanded with the proposals of the Cortes, and even that all political groups be assigned a quota of audits. In this way, as he has indicated, transparency would be gained, although Amilivia has recalled that for these modifications it is necessary to modify the law that regulates the Accounts Council.
In addition, Amilivia has indicated that due to the electoral parenthesis, there are 30 reports prepared that are pending to be presented in the Economy Commission and another 25 that are in preparation, to which is added the 24 of the Annual Control Plan of this year, which means that a total of 79 reports are being processed.
In addition, the regional research and innovation strategy for intelligent specialization (RIS3) of Castilla y León 2014-2020 will also be audited, as well as compliance with the obligation to implement a plan of anti-fraud measures in the Board as a result of the regulations of the recovery, transformation and resilience fund, financial year 2022 and minor contracting held in the field of general and institutional administration of the Autonomous Community, financial year 2021.
In the field of public administrations, computer security will be analyzed in the municipalities of Valladolid, Salamanca and León and certain areas of the municipalities of Ponferrada and Guijuelo will be inspected.
The impact on the economic-financial situation of the Local Public Sector of Castilla y León of the reforms promoted in the Tax on the Increase in Value of Urban Land (years 2017-2022); the analysis of the impact on the economic-financial situation of the Local Public Sector of the suspension of fiscal rules (exercises 2018-2021); and compliance with the obligation to implement a plan of anti-fraud measures in the municipalities of Castilla y León that have been beneficiaries of the recovery, transformation and resilience fund, financial year 2022, are other reports.
In addition, the Accounts Council will also monitor the level of provision and assistance of the provincial councils to small municipalities (exercises 2019-2021), will analyze the situation of the municipalities that most fail to comply with the obligation to surrender (exercises 2003-2020) and will monitor the contracting carried out by the regional councils of the Community (year 2021).