The General Assembly appoints the Auditor General of the Audit Office of China as a member of the United Nations Board of auditors

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Xinhua News Agency, United Nations, November 8 (Reporter Shang Xuqian) on the 8th, the United Nations General Assembly appointed the Auditor General of the Chinese Audit Office as a member of the United Nations Audit Committee to replace the Auditor General of India, whose term of office is drawing to a close.

The 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly held its 29th plenary session on the 8th. On the recommendation of the Fifth Committee of the General Assembly responsible for administrative and budgetary affairs, Hu Zejun, Auditor General of the Audit Office of China, was appointed as one of the three members of the United Nations Board of auditors for a term of six years beginning on 1 July 2020. During the six-year period, if the Auditor General of the Chinese Audit Office is changed, the position will be replaced by a new Auditor General.

China, South Korea and the Philippines had previously nominated their respective auditors as members of the United Nations Board of auditors. On November 1, through two rounds of secret ballots, the Fifth Committee of the General Assembly decided to recommend to the General Assembly the Auditor-General of the Audit Office of China as a member of the United Nations Board of auditors.

The United Nations Board of auditors, established in 1946 and composed of three members, is one of the important expert bodies of the United Nations, responsible for auditing United Nations agencies and United Nations peacekeeping operations. Its members shall be the Auditor-General of the Supreme Audit institutions of the States members of the United Nations or officials holding equivalent positions. The current members are from India, Germany and Chile.

The General Assembly appoints the Auditor General of the Audit Office of China as a member of the United Nations Board of auditors

| gov.cn

Xinhua News Agency, United Nations, November 8 (Reporter Shang Xuqian) on the 8th, the United Nations General Assembly appointed the Auditor General of the Chinese Audit Office as a member of the United Nations Audit Committee to replace the Auditor General of India, whose term of office is drawing to a close.

The 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly held its 29th plenary session on the 8th. On the recommendation of the Fifth Committee of the General Assembly responsible for administrative and budgetary affairs, Hu Zejun, Auditor General of the Audit Office of China, was appointed as one of the three members of the United Nations Board of auditors for a term of six years beginning on 1 July 2020. During the six-year period, if the Auditor General of the Chinese Audit Office is changed, the position will be replaced by a new Auditor General.

China, South Korea and the Philippines had previously nominated their respective auditors as members of the United Nations Board of auditors. On November 1, through two rounds of secret ballots, the Fifth Committee of the General Assembly decided to recommend to the General Assembly the Auditor-General of the Audit Office of China as a member of the United Nations Board of auditors.

The United Nations Board of auditors, established in 1946 and composed of three members, is one of the important expert bodies of the United Nations, responsible for auditing United Nations agencies and United Nations peacekeeping operations. Its members shall be the Auditor-General of the Supreme Audit institutions of the States members of the United Nations or officials holding equivalent positions. The current members are from India, Germany and Chile.












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