The Office of the Auditor-General will investigate the recent commuter housing cases, Auditor General Per-Kristian Foss told the newspaper Aftenposten.
Foss told the newspaper that the Office of the Auditor-General’s board will decide on the content of the investigations during a meeting at the end of November.
“After that, we will be able to say something more concrete,” he said.
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He believes the current situation is not satisfactory, as there is no entity that investigates specific breaches of the Norwegian parliament’s (Storting) regulations.
“Several cases have clearly shown that the control of the parliamentary representatives’ schemes has been too poor. I think the Storting itself is painfully aware of this,” he added.
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