The Audit Commission is composed of 3 persons and elects the Chairman and the Secretary from among its members.
The powers of the Audit Commission include:
- performing ad hoc and regular audits of the activity of the Chamber, at least once a year, and in particular of the financial management of the Chamber,
- presenting comments and conclusions concerning the activity of the Chamber to the General Assembly and the Council of the Chamber,
- reporting to the General Assembly on activities of the Chamber together with motions for acknowledgement of the fulfilment of duties of the Council of the Chamber.
- The Audit Commission may use expert opinions. Costs of opinions are covered by the Chamber.