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  • The Scriptorium

    4/21/2005

    U.N. electoral office under investigation

    Filed under: — Jennifer Rast @ 12:48 pm

    This is why we need someone like Bolton at the U.N. If the liberals really want to save their beloved United Nations, they might want to consider confirming someone who can actually recognize the corruption and problems that continue to plague that worthless world body. The problems at the U.N. are beyond the point of ignoring them and covering them up. I’m all for letting the U.N. follow the League of Nations down the path to irrelevancy and extinction, but the Democrat’s thinking on this issue is so typically illogical.

    Notice in this AP article that, between pointing out corruption, criminal activity, and sexual harassment, they use words like “highly respected” and “high marks” to describe the division in question and the criminals being investigated.

    The United Nations is investigating allegations that officials in the highly respected U.N. electoral division spent electoral money on inappropriate travel and a university degree for one staffer, a U.N. spokesman said Tuesday.

    The claims originally surfaced in a U.N.-commissioned management review that was leaked in March. That review also revealed staff allegations of sexual and professional harassment in the office, which helps organize elections around the world.

    Undersecretary-General for Political Affairs Kieran Prendergast ordered a preliminary investigation April 6 into alleged misuse of electoral money and referred the other allegations to the Office of Internal Oversight Services, the U.N. watchdog, according to Stephane Dujarric, a U.N. spokesman.

    He also asked the chief of the office, Carina Perelli, to “undertake specific actions” to address the allegations.

    The management report did not single out Perelli, a Uruguayan whose work in helping organize elections in Iraq, Afghanistan, and the Palestinian territories has received high marks both inside and outside the U.N. . . . . .

    AP Article

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