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The fact that she was a trainee was crucial. 3 The Precedence of the Office: The Minister In many countries, the government apparatus has grown to immense proportions. The constitutional demand that government ministers are responsible for all that is done in their ministries seems therefore to be unrealistic. After all, how can the minister assess vigilantly all of what goes on at the lower levels? In spite of this, many countries stick to the doctrine of ministerial responsibility. A classic example is the English Crichel Down Affair in 1954.
After all, accountancy is in many countries a commercial activity. One has but to remember the scandals of Enron, Worldcom and Ahold to understand that integrity has become a central subject of discussion in the world of accountancy. Fraud scandals have had a severe impact on the trust in accountants. This has, for instance, led Arthur Andersen, Enron’s accountant, to be split up and divided among its competitors. The large accountancy firms have taken rigorous measures and have divested themselves of their consultancy branches.
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