Monday, November 2, 2015

UN site taken offline

Matthew Lee, the intrepid journalist from Inner City Press continues to open the eyes of the world about rampant corruption at the United Nations involving Skerrit's good friend Ng Lap Seng. Matthew is out today with a report on the South-South website being taken offline. Signs of a coverup maybe?

From Matthew:

The UN Development Program, rather than provide to Inner City Press a copy of the document it signed with Dominica Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit, instead took its South South office website off-line from October 31 through November 1 (photo here) and continuing through this writing. This is called a cover-up.

So how can UNDP refuse for days to provide such documents, particularly the one signed with Dominca's Skerrit and Ng, and insteadtake its website off-line?

Ironically, given the lack of transparency since, Skerrit in Macua told UNCA-funder South South News that he would take this to his people back home, presumably in Dominca. SSN story and video here.

On October 26 Inner City Press began to focus on an actual snapshot from the Macau event, included John Ashe, Frank Lorenzo and the Prime Minister of Dominica, Roosevelt Skerrit, on UNDP's website. After putting questions in writing to UNDP, on October 29 Inner City Press asked UN Spokesman Stephane Dujarric more about it, video heretranscript here:

It is reported that "Skerrit showed up in Macau and on August 26, 2015 signed a Letter of Commitment with Lap Seng under which the Sun Kian IP Group Foundation would fund the establishment of a Technology Transfer Facility on Dominica to serve the Caribbean and Latin America. The Letter of Commitment was also signed by Ms. Teresa Liu, Division Chief at the UN Office on South-South Cooperation."

That office, in UNDP, has refused multiple Inner City Press requests publicly answer questions. What is the document that UNDP co-signed? Who paid UNDP (and UN) staff members costs in Macau?

As to Dominica: Why didn't Skerrit say he was going to Macau? Does he have an armored Mercedes Benz and if so, who paid for it? Have the prosecutors in the US asked to speak with him? Yet? We'll have yet more on this - and on Dominica's granting of diplomatic passports, and immunity, to non-nationals - includign Ng Lap Seng, as emerged in his bail hearing.

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