The EURORAI Management Committee has unanimously approved the proposal made by the General Secretariat to exempt all member institutions from the payment of the membership fee for this year. This is mainly due to the fact that because of the international situation concerning the corona virus, EURORAI has not been able to carry out the two activities which were planned for 2020, that is to say, the seminars in Frankfurt/Main and Sarajevo.
EURORAI is a cooperation project among public sector audit institutions in Europe which provides an exchange of experiences and enables to make progress in the common field of regional and local public sector financial control in order to guarantee a better use of public finances.
The EUROSAI Task Force on Municipality Audit (EUROSAI TFMA) publishes a comparative analysis of the existing systems of external municipality audit in Europe
Since October 2017, when a EURORAI delegation took part as observer in the 1st EUROSAI TFMA Seminar and the 1st annual meeting of EUROSAI TFMA members held in Riga, EURORAI has participated in the activities performed by the EUROSAI Task Force on Municipality Audit.