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ICP Asks UN of Indictment of Ban's Brother & Nephew, Why No OIOS Act, What of UN Landlord, Sachs

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Опубликовано: 11 янв. 2017 г.

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On Ban Ki-moon Family Indictments, ICP Asks UN Spox, No Comment, Refers Qs to Seoul
By Matthew Russell Lee

UNITED NATIONS, January 11 – Tuesday saw the belated bribery indictment in New York of Ban Ki-moon's nephew Dennis Bahn, about whom Inner City Press has been asking the UN since at least May 2015, video here.

Inner City Press obtained the 39-page indictment from multiple sources and is putting it online here in Scribd, now also here in pdf.

On January 11, Inner City Press asked Ban Ki-moon's longtime spokesman Stephane Dujarric, still at the UN for at least six months, about the UN aspects of the indictment. Why didn't the UN Office of Internal Oversight Services act? What of the involvement of the UN's ongoing landlord Colliers International, which employed Ban's nephew? Dujarric said he had no comment on the indictment, and purported to refer all the UN questions to Ban's new spokesman in Seoul, Lee Do-woon. Tweeted video here. We'll have more on this cover up.

Earlier, Inner City Press asked the Ambassadors of France and the UK about the indictments. French Ambassador Francois Delattre said he respects the question, but has no comment.

UK Ambassador Matthew Rycroft said he's seen the reports but has no comment. From the UK transcript:

Inner City Press: The indictment of Ban Ki-moon’s nephew and brother on charges of seemingly using their family’s reputation to sell a building in Vietnam. What does the UK think of that? And do you think it shows any need – OIOS never investigated it, never acted on it – does the UN need to be reformed?

I am aware of the reports, but I don’t have any comment on it.

Tweeted video here.

In December there were multiple meetings and stakeouts and portray unveilings and even a concert singing the praises of Ban Ki-moon's UN tenure. Now what? Can the UN be cleaned up?

Paragraph 15 says Bahn and Ban Ki Sang used "personal connections" of their "own family" -- that is, Ban Ki-moon.

In Paragraph 18, Dennis says the deal would only get done "based on our family's reputation" with Qatar. Ban Ki-moon took flights paid for by Qatar, not disclosed until Inner City Press exposed them (credited by Newsweek, here) -- then got evicted from UN.

The real estate firms which employed Ban Ki-moon's nephew, referred it in Paragraph 5, is UN landlord Colliers International. This is a UN case, another case involving the UN and Ban Ki-moon.

Lost in the reporting by media which ignored Ban's scandals in 2015 (and back to 2009 when the UN promotions of Ban's son in law Siddharth Chatteerjee, and censorship, began), is the UN connection.

Dennis Bahn reportedly said that Ban Ki-moon would get Qatar's sovereign wealth fund to invest in the Vietnam building; undeniably, Ban Ki-moon's nephew worked at UN landlord Colliers, a blatant conflict of interest.

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