UN launches audit of Chinese bribery

UNITED NATIONS (UNITED STATES) – The United Nations on Thursday launched an audit to shed light on the relationship between a Chinese real estate developer and a foundation run by his associate who are accused of paying bribes to UN diplomats.

John Ashe, pictured September 24, 2013, was arrested for taking $1.3 million in bribes from developer Ng Lap Seng to promote his plan to build a UN conference center in Macau

Former General Assembly president John Ashe was arrested on Tuesday for taking $1.3 million in bribes from developer Ng Lap Seng to promote his plan to build a UN conference center in Macau.

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When money is involved lots of high ranking and already well paid people are getting more greedy!

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