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Tuesday, June 15, 2004


New York Post:

Many U.N. employees fear reprisals from their bosses if they step forward with information on the Iraq oil-for-food scandal or report other allegations of corruption, according to a shocking internal survey released yesterday.
The oil-for-bribes program is among the biggest scandals ever to hit the U.N. striking directly at its credibility. If the top people at the U.N. cared about the institution they would do everything in power to give this a complete airing, accept the blame for what went wrong and move onto other things. Of course if they cared about the institution, rather than their own pocketbooks, they wouldn’t have be in this situation in the first place. via Instapundit


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