Arab Organization of Supreme Audit Institutions (ARABOSAI)
Groupe arabe des institutions supérieures de contrôle des finances publiques
1976 Cairo Egypt
1976, Cairo (Egypt), at constitutional congress. Current Charter approved 1983, Tunis (Tunisia), at 3rd Congress.
Regulate and develop various forms of cooperation among members, strengthening relations between them, and with specialized agencies of the League of Arab States, with INTOSAI and with other international and regional organizations; encourage exchange of opinion, ideas, experience, study and research among members while raising their standards in members' institutions both scientifically and practically; provide assistance to Arab countries wishing to establish or extend supreme audit institutions; unify scientific terminology; support the role of institutions by spreading 'audit consciousness' in the Arab region; promote the entrusting of ARABOSAI with nomination of audit commissions reviewing accounts of the Arab League and its affiliated organizations, and those financed by the League or by Arab states, endeavouring to raise the standard of auditing in them.
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General Assembly (every 3 years). Executive Council, comprising President, 1st and 2nd Vice-Chairmen and 8 members. General Secretariat, headed by Secretary-General.
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