Canadian authorities can not find the $ 3 billion allocated to the fight against terrorism

The Office of the Auditor General of Canada can not figure out where to have spent $ 3.1 billion allocated in the budget for safety and the prevention of terrorism.

According to the Canadian Broadcasting Company CBC, from 2001 to 2009, the state planned to spend for these purposes $ 12.9 billion, but the inspection authorities were able to find out the fate of only $ 9.8 billion facts were published this week in the report of the Auditor General Michael Ferguson.

The very official at a press conference in Ottawa, said it is unlikely that money is gone, it is likely going to reallocate to other purposes, but it had to be authorized by the government.

Unaccounted money immediately drew criticism from the opposition of the authorities: "This is really a scandalous situation where the government could not account for $ 3.1 billion," — said the member of Parliament for the New Democratic Party Malcolm Allen.

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