Public Accounts Committee


Public Accounts Committee

Public Accounts Committee refers to a committee in the legislature of one of the following countries:
*Public Accounts Committee (United Kingdom) of the British House of Commons

*Public Accounts Committee (Canada) (officially Standing Committee on Public Accounts, PACP) of the Canadian House of Commons
*Public Accounts Committee (Hong Kong) of the Hong Kong Legislative Council
*Public Accounts Committee (India) of the Parliament of India
*Public Accounts Committee (New South Wales) of the Parliament of New South Wales
*Public Accounts Committee (Singapore) of the Parliament of Singapore
*Public Accounts Committee (Tasmania) of the Parliament of Tasmania See also:
*Joint Committee of Public Accounts and Audit of the Parliament of Australia


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