Tuesday, April 19, 2005
Denunciations of corruption, bribe, collection of bribes from refugees  and of sexual scandal involving the peacekeepers ,  threaten the Organization of the United Nations (UN).
The gravest denunciations involve the aid project to Iraq, called Oil-for-Food. Grave denunciations of bribe exist, superfluous accounting and collaboration with the ex-dictator Saddam Hussein, against staff of the UN, companies and politicians of several countries. Even the secretary of the UN, Kofi Annan was suspicious of participation in the plan of corruption. And also grave doubts still hover about his son, Kojo Annan.
The gravity of the denunciations threatens not only the credibility of the UN, but its existence.
Secretary Kofi Annan said that he is going to promote reforms in the organization.