Comptroller’s Office detects irregularities in the management of the SAE with assets lost and sold

Comptroller’s Office detects irregularities in the management of the SAE with assets lost and sold
Comptroller’s Office detects irregularities in the management of the SAE with assets lost and sold

As Caracol Radio had reported, the Comptroller’s Office found that some assets that were in the custody of the Special Assets Company were lost and others were exposed with commercial value, with figures well below what was acquired.

Watches, stills, gold and vehicles are some of the goods acquired and represent a Lost amount exceeding $28 billionand also expose the nation to million-dollar lawsuits.

In total, there were 4 findings with an alleged criminal impact and 30 that lead to an alleged disciplinary scope with a cut-off date of December 31, 2023, since the Comptroller’s Office evidenced irregular management of some assets that were in the custody of the SAE, such as the sale of 15 Paso Fino horses with a commercial value well below what is offered in the country and 31 taxis, which represent property damage that exceeds one billion pesos.

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What irregularities did the Comptroller’s Office detect?

Payments for home public services for unidentified real estate license plates, leased furniture without valid policies, strange deliveries of deposits and irregularities in the annual update of rental fees and appraisals.

The Comptroller’s Office detected that some assets seized by the SAE are used for illegal activities such as sale of adulterated liquorand in others it found failures or omissions in the payments of administration fees or rental fees, in an estimated amount of more than one billion pesos.

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