Inspector reconstruction of Iraq, one-third of cases of embezzlement in the ranks of the U.S. military
Inspector reconstruction of Iraq, criticizing Bush: one-third of cases of embezzlement in the ranks of the U.S. military.
Follow-up – and babysit – criticized the inspector general for Iraq reconstruction program government of former U.S. President George W. Bush to waste money and do not possess an integrated platform to deal with the reconstruction of Iraq, noting that a third of the cases of embezzlement that took place in this program were among the ranks of the U.S. military.
Said Inspector General Stuart Bowen said that “the U.S. government caused wasting a lot of money because they did not plan for an integrated approach in the reconstruction program in a large country such as Iraq.”
He explained that “one third of the cases of embezzlement of funds allocated for this program in the U.S. armed forces,” adding that “waste of eight billion dollars was in good faith.”
The U.S. judge has charged for 82 U.S. citizens, including officers in the U.S. military is being interrogated about the existence of a waste of money and embezzlement in the Iraq reconstruction program against them by the investigative bodies U.S., as well as brokers and officials and Iraqi businessmen involved in this process and a number of them fugitive outside the country. ”