Ahome City Council directly awarded 80% of the works, according to Public Account 2019

Sinaloa.- The individual report of the review and inspection of the Public Account of Ahome’s fiscal year 2019, of the first year of government of Manuel Guillermo Chapman Moreno, documented that 80 percent of the public works contracts were not tendered and were awarded directly.

The analysis released by the Audit Commission requires the record of liabilities for 31 million 678 thousand, 247 pesos.

The non-exercise of 24 million 791 thousand, 487 pesos, of federal resources originated in the Contribution Fund for the Municipal Social Infrastructure, not reimbursed to the federation, was detected.

The same condition was observed with 24 million 791 thousand 487 pesos of federal resources not exercised or committed originated in the Contribution Fund for the municipal Social Infrastructure and in 2 million 421 thousand, 973 pesos, originated by the aforementioned fund.

The omission of supporting documentation of the payment of 40 thousand 385 pesos, in plane tickets and lodging services for an event with the President of the Republic.

The absence of electricity service despite the payment of 664 thousand 425 thousand pesos, for the work of expanding the electric power distribution network, in the cooperative sector left bank cranes.

As well as, the lack of digital tax receipt by Internet, in the payment of 214 thousand 747 pesos, in the pavement work with hydraulic concrete and concrete sidewalks, in Alameda street, section from Los Pinos street to Las Palmas street, in the city of Los Mochis.

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The summary of results obtained, recommendations and actions promoted, derived from the audit of the Public Account of the municipality of Ahome, corresponding to fiscal year 2019, are 49 results with observation, which resulted in 2 recommendations, 45 promotions of administrative responsibility and 17 sheets of observations.

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