The executive president of the National Institute of Learning (INA), Minor Rodríguez, will have to be accountable to the legislators for the millionaire expenses in foreign trips for officials of the entity.
The Committee on Control of Income and Public Expenditure of the Legislative Assembly decided to summon Rodríguez, members of the Board of Directors and the auditor general as part of an investigation that will also include other expenses of the institution.
The motion approved intends the INA authorities to explain:
• Expenses for execution and compliance with international agreements, payments of membership to international organizations and expenses at events.
• Reports on appointment of personnel, reallocation, promotions and human resource movements.
• Contracts for professional services with natural and legal persons.
• Event financing.
Lawmakers unanimously approved the proposal after the complaint about a group of 15 officials that will travel to the United Arab Emirates in October.