I very much want to believe the editor of the above article is aware the message being sent out is that it's DESIRABLE to have:
"...an accounting system which is vulnerable to manipulation."Or alternatively, the said ministry is being EXONERATED from any financial mischief because it:
"...lacks the capacity to run an accounting system which is vulnerable to manipulation."
Is there still a place for dependable media accuracy, which begets factual coverage that responsibly pushes credible information to the citizenry?
A big story suddenly starts sucking in those adversely mentioned.
The media outlet that unearthed the supposed scandal is also hard pressed for alleged non-disclosure of self-incriminating facts.
And evidently, this has not escaped the scrutiny of the public, as depicted below.