“The COVID-19 pandemic means that organizations around the world have had to adapt their working methods to stay in business. And EU institutions are no exception, and they have had to respond and adapt to new ones. The way they responded and the lessons they have responded to and lessons,” said Marek Obiola, ECA member in charge of review, “They learn from it that it is the subject of our audit.”
Thus, the Court will analyze the resistance of Parliament, the Council, the Commission and the Court of Justice to the covid-19 pandemic, covering the response presented in Brussels, Luxembourg and Strasbourg, as well as in the countries where the Commission’s Joint Research Center is located. Located.
In particular, the court will check whether these institutions have updated their setup and continuity plans in a “comprehensive and regular manner,” as well as whether they have followed the rules.
“It will also analyze the evolution of the institutions’ response during the crisis and how they have been able to fulfill their mandates, while responding to the new challenges arising from the crisis. Finally, it will examine the lessons that institutions are taking from the situation. .to prepare for the post-pandemic environment.”
Covid-19 has killed at least 4,518,163 people worldwide, among the more than 217.63 million new coronavirus infections recorded since the beginning of the pandemic, according to the latest report from AFP.
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