State Property and Financial Means Allocated to Cover the Work of the Refugee Facilities Administration of the Ministry of Interior
Report ID: 32
Following the split of Czechoslovakia in 1993, both the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic declared their position on the refugee issue by continuing to comply with the international documents they had signed up to; both states confirmed them by en shrining them in national legislation. Both countries have also enshrined the provision of asylum in their constitutions.
The asylum process and related matters came under scrutiny in parallel audits performed by the Supreme Audit Office, Czech Republic and the Supreme Audit Office of the Slovak Republic. The results of both are contained in the joint final report.
The purpose of the parallel audits was to identify common problems and to draw attention to the possible consequences for population migration.
The parallel audits covered the following areas:
- The asylum process.
- Refugee facilities,
- Management of finances and state property,
- The internal control system.