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    U.S. inspector for Iraq reconstruction reveals a big waste of money thefive most important projects

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    Post by Rocky Sun 28 Jul 2013, 7:32 am

    U.S. inspector for Iraq reconstruction reveals a big waste of money the five most important projects



    07/28/13 / Baghdad / follow-up file News: Detection of the Inspector General of the U.S. reconstruction of Iraq, for the presence of a large waste of money allocated to the five most important projects in the country, while reducing Washington's ability to plan and implement the Iraqi state-building operations extensively.

    Said Stuart Bowen, in its final report, which he read in front of the U.S. Congress that "reconstruction operations in Iraq accounted for the largest project of its kind undertaken by the United States, but he was suffering many challenges, including with regard Bagr and corruption."

    Deitch said in his report that I've ever had "Christian Saenz Monitor," that those challenges "Daa received on the ability of the United States to carry out such projects," he said, adding that "the U.S. effort was suffering from corruption."

    For his part, Republican Representative in Congress, Ted Deitch that "there is more than $ 60 billion of taxpayers' money Americans have been used to finance the reconstruction program, and at the same time reaped the corporate military contractors own which reaches a census employees sometimes to 170 thousand employees on the ground, an estimated $ 140 billion of profits in Iraq. " . .

    Deitch explained, that "most of the profits for the companies they come as a result of overload on the notice, as happened with one of the contractors, who presented to the U.S. government receipts valued at $ 900 for an electric key to exceed a value of about 7.05 dollars, an increase of 1200%."

    And rampant phenomenon of administrative and financial corruption in Iraq late era of the former regime, and the increased proportion after the year 2003 in various departments and ministries of Iraq, despite the existence of a body of integrity and Department of the Inspector General, the Office of Financial Supervision, and special committees to fight corruption in local governments and government departments all.

    The report showed the annual Transparency International in 2009, Iraq, Sudan and Burma occupied the third place in terms of corruption in the world, while Somalia ranked first in the report, followed by Afghanistan,

    The report pointed out that countries experiencing internal conflicts in a state of corruption away from any control, and an increase in the looting of its natural resources, and the lack of security and law, while it was confirmed the annual report of Transparency International in 2006, that Iraq, Haiti and Burma occupied the first rank among the most states corrupt in the world.

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    Post by Hkp1 Sun 28 Jul 2013, 6:14 pm

    U.S. Inspector reveals theft of $ 192 million within the project confidential informant





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    Baghdad / follow-up file News




    The U.S. inspector general for Iraq reconstruction, the responder network project "confidential informant" adopted by the government in Iraq has "failed", revealing the theft of $ 192 million allocated for the project.




    Said Stuart Bowen, in its final report, which he read before the U.S. Congress, and followed the "File News", "The U.S. government decided in March 2004 to help in the formation of the first advanced network response in Iraq and spent $ 192 million for its implementation," explaining that "the report of the Inspector General for the year 2006 indicated that the project failed to produce a real system, while contractors stole funds the project. "




    He said in his report, which was published, "Christian Saenz Monitor," America, that "it was filing a lawsuit against one of the contractors," explaining that "the U.S. government will pay $ 4 million after submitting false test certificates on the effectiveness of the system."




    The Inspector American public for the reconstruction of Iraq briefed, Congress its final report on reconstruction projects in Iraq, and detect the presence of wasting much money allocated to the five most important projects in the country, while reducing Washington's ability to plan and execute the construction of the Iraqi state extensively.




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