UN report: Yemen’s former president amassed up to 60 billion dollars

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This is not surprising since they all do it. Even the supposedly pious Muslim Ayatollah Khomeini is said to have shipped billions out of the country.

26 February 2015
UN report: Yemen’s former president amassed up to 60 billion dollars

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New York (dpa) - Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh has allegedly amassed assets estimated at 32 to 60 billion dollars during his 33 years in power, a UN report said Wednesday.

The report compiled by a panel of experts for the UN Security Council said that the former Yemeni leader transferred most of his assets to some 20 countries "under false names or the names of others holding the assets on his behalf."

"The origin of the funds used to generate Ali Abdullah Saleh's wealth is believed to be partly from his corrupt practices as president of Yemen, particularly relating to gas and oil contracts where he reportedly asked for money in exchange for granting companies exclusive rights to prospect for gas and oil in Yemen," the report said.

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This is not surprising since they all do it. Even the supposedly pious Muslim Ayatollah Khomeini is said to have shipped billions out of the country.

26 February 2015
UN report: Yemen’s former president amassed up to 60 billion dollars

Yemen's former president amassed up to 60 billion dollars - © Yahya Arhab, EPA
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New York (dpa) - Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh has allegedly amassed assets estimated at 32 to 60 billion dollars during his 33 years in power, a UN report said Wednesday.

The report compiled by a panel of experts for the UN Security Council said that the former Yemeni leader transferred most of his assets to some 20 countries "under false names or the names of others holding the assets on his behalf."

"The origin of the funds used to generate Ali Abdullah Saleh's wealth is believed to be partly from his corrupt practices as president of Yemen, particularly relating to gas and oil contracts where he reportedly asked for money in exchange for granting companies exclusive rights to prospect for gas and oil in Yemen," the report said.

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http://www.dpa-international.com/news/international/un-report-yemens-former-pres
And?? ...... :cool:
 

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This is not surprising since they all do it. Even the supposedly pious Muslim Ayatollah Khomeini is said to have shipped billions out of the country.

26 February 2015
UN report: Yemen’s former president amassed up to 60 billion dollars

Yemen's former president amassed up to 60 billion dollars - © Yahya Arhab, EPA
[All images]
New York (dpa) - Yemen's former president Ali Abdullah Saleh has allegedly amassed assets estimated at 32 to 60 billion dollars during his 33 years in power, a UN report said Wednesday.

The report compiled by a panel of experts for the UN Security Council said that the former Yemeni leader transferred most of his assets to some 20 countries "under false names or the names of others holding the assets on his behalf."

"The origin of the funds used to generate Ali Abdullah Saleh's wealth is believed to be partly from his corrupt practices as president of Yemen, particularly relating to gas and oil contracts where he reportedly asked for money in exchange for granting companies exclusive rights to prospect for gas and oil in Yemen," the report said.

Continue reading at:

http://www.dpa-international.com/news/international/un-report-yemens-former-pres
With so much waste and so many needed programs getting chopped, can you image our leaders stashing so much? Their accounts and life are open to so much scrutiny
 

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