Court of Audit (Netherlands)

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The Court of Audits (in Dutch: Algemene Rekenkamer) is an independent body that audits the spending of the national government on its efficiency and legitimacy. The Court is appointed by cabinet on the advice of the House of Representatives. The Court of Audit is a High Council of State.

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