“When you take care of the procurement of supplies in an extremely chaotic situation and thus save hundreds of lives – you are not efficient. Marjan Šarec is the one who is efficient, as he sent our masks to China and left empty warehouses behind. Vesel is also “efficient,” as he got 1 million euros, non-profit, on the side,” Prime Minister Janez Janša responded to the Court of Audit’s report.
After four months, the Court of Audit has finally issued the report we were all eagerly awaiting. After months of stalling, we could have guessed that the report would not put the blame on the government. They did not discover anything illegal, but they did find that the government was inefficient in the procurement of medical supplies. And how did they figure that out, based on what? Did they take into account all the parameters that were a reality at the time when it was urgent to “get the equipment?” Of course they did not.
Much ado about… Somehow, this could be the conclusion we make after we finally received the report of the Court of Audit on the government’s activities in the procurement of the protective medical equipment. In December, when the vote of no confidence was still a thing, Vesel was in an incredible hurry to finish up the report, but it later turned out that the report did not discover any irregularities. And yet, we still had to wait four more months for it. The Court of Audit, which has lost a lot of its credibility due to Tomaž Vesel’s affair with FIFA, has realised that the government did not act illegally but that it did act inefficiently. In the midst of the epidemic, the chaos in the world markets, did you, sitting in your lounge chairs, find that the government was ineffective?
The First-Class Elite Can Get Away with Anything – Even With Empty Warehouses and a Million Euros on the Side
Prime Minister Janez Janša responded justifiably and reasonably to the STA news and the report of the Court of Audit. He wrote: “When you take care of the procurement of supplies in an extremely chaotic situation and thus save hundreds of lives – you are not efficient.” Marjan Šarec is the one who was efficient, as he sent our masks to China and left empty warehouses behind. And Tomaž Vesel, the President of the Court of Audit, is also “efficient,” as he got 1 million euros, non-profit. “When the President of the Court of Audit, who is prosecuting mayors due to incompatibility because of a few hundred euros, gets himself a million euros for a yacht and a villa on the side, the words EFFICIENCY, as well as LEGALITY take on a whole new meaning. What the false first-class elite can get away with, according to them, is something that cannot be controlled by anyone,” Prime Minister Janša wrote.
The Court of Audit has therefore issued a report which found that nothing illegal had been done by the government, unless anybody is willing to “claim, while sitting in their lounge chair, that it could have been done better – in unprecedented circumstances.” In recent months, the Court of Audit has lost a lot of its credibility, even though it is an important institution. All because of Vesel, who is controversial, because he is clearly very anti-government. We still do not know if his work for FIFA is even legal, and he is also questionable because, at the time of the overthrow of the government by the opposition, he was urging his co-workers to finish the report and make it public as soon as possible. Well, after four months, it turned out that the government had done nothing wrong. This is very clear evidence of negligence and political affiliation.