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Corte dei conti

Corte dei conti

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Government and social structures
Corte dei conti (Cdc), or the Court of Auditors, is responsible for auditing and overseeing the accounts and budgets of all public institutions in Italy. Founded in 1862, its remit is set out in Article 100 of the Italian Constitution, which details the court’s judicial and administrative role in safeguarding public money, as well as in “preventing and avoiding waste and bad management of public finances.”