State Supreme Audit (Albania)

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Kontrolli i Lartë i Shtetit
Kontrolli i Lartë i Shtetit.svg
Official logo
Agency overview
Formed 20 May 1925
Jurisdiction Albania
Headquarters Tirana
Agency executive
  • Chairman, Bujar Leskaj
Website klsh.org.al

The State Supreme Audit (Albanian: Kontrolli i Lartë i Shtetit) is the highest institution of economic and financial control in the Republic of Albania. As an independent governing body it is subordinated only to the law and the constitution. Its mission is to contribute towards the good management of public finances, by conducting quality audits, reporting on the regularity and the effectiveness of the use of all state financial resources for the benefit of the state and its citizens.[1][2]

Auditors[edit]

No. Name Term in office
Audit Council (1925–46)
1 Kol Thaçi 1925
2 Fejzi Alizoti 1925 1926
3 Lac Gera 1926
4 Llambi Aleksi 1927
5 Kol Thaçi 1928 1930
6 Lame Kareco 1930 1931
7 Eqrem Libohova 1931 1933
8 Xhafer Ypi 1933 1937
9 Rrok Gera 1937 1939
10 Izedin Beshiri 1943 1944
11 Kiço Kasapi 1945 1946
12 Pandi Kristo 1946
Audit Ministry (1946–59)
13 Shefqet Peçi 1946 1948
14 Spiro Koleka 1949 1950
15 Qazim Kondi 1950
16 Manush Myftiu 1950 1954
State Audit Commission (1959–66)
17 Shefqet Peçi 1954 1966
State Inspection (1966–87)
18 Spiro Koleka 1966 1970
19 Sulejman Baholli 1970 1978
20 Osman Murati 1978 1982
21 Stefan Papagjoni 1982 1986
State Audit Commission (1987–92)
22 Enver Halili 1987 1989
23 Manush Myftiu 1989 1990
24 Simon Stefani 1990
25 Ali Kaza 1990 1991
26 Bujar Kolaneci 1991
27 Zydi Pepa 1991
28 Alfred Karamuço 1991
29 Ylli Memisha 1991 1992
State Supreme Audit (1992–present)
30 Blerim Çela 1992 1997
31 Mustafa Kërçuku 1997 2004
32 Robert Çeku 2004 2011
33 Bujar Leskaj 2011 Incumbent

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