News: UN Budget Cuts Threaten to End Corruption Investigation.

The UN General Assembly is preparing to put an early end to an in-house panel that has exposed more than $600 million in tainted United Nations contracts and is currently investigating an additional $1 billion in suspect agreements.

A budget committee of the General Assembly is scheduled to vote as early as Friday on a resolution that would force the panel to close down its operations in six months. (Full)

OK. That makes sense. UN budget cuts do not allow to continue the investigation of alleged corruption...

Thanks to E. for the link


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