UN Security Council to release more oil-for-food documents

[JURIST] The UN Security Council agreed Tuesday to turn over more documents to the Independent Inquiry Committee [official website] investigating the oil-for-food scandal [JURIST news archive]. The Council will turn over notes from a meeting about the program taken by a junior UN staffer . Secretary-General Kofi Annan originally announced the release last week, but Council members wanted approval from their home governments first [AP report]. None objected to the release, but some did raise questions about the accuracy of the notes. Reuters has more.



 

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