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U.N. and Congress in Dispute Over Iraq Oil-for-Food Inquiries

Congressional committees investigating allegations of corruption and mismanagement in the United Nations oil-for-food program in Iraq are at odds with the organization’s own inquiry over access to records and personnel, legislators and United Nations officials said yesterday. The officials and diplomats said that in meetings in Washington on July 13, Paul A. Volcker, the former chairman of the Federal Reserve who is leading the United Nations’ internal investigation, rejected requests from members of Congress for access to review documents and to interview United Nations officials being scrutinized by his panel.Full Story

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