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Forensic Audit: التدقيق الجنائي; Discussions and Updates. Thank You GMA for insisting!!!

Do you support GMA: BDL Forensic Audit is key to identify and fix corruption and the economy?


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JustLeb

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شامل روكز: موضوع فسخ شركة التدقيق المحاسبي الجنائي عقدها مع لبنان يثير التساؤلات حول جدية هذا التحقيق منذ البداية​


I think he read my post :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
 

JB81

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شامل روكز: موضوع فسخ شركة التدقيق المحاسبي الجنائي عقدها مع لبنان يثير التساؤلات حول جدية هذا التحقيق منذ البداية​


I think he read my post :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Genius kamashtka
 

Viral

Active Member
Do you really believe PMA can arrest Berri and Hariri?

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Do you know someone who can?

If there is one suborn person who can liberate us from this internationally protected mafia it is GMA!

This mafia is the civilian version of ISIS that was created and protected by the West and their regional allies!’

ISIS was defeated! So shall the civilian terrorist!

Why do we always turn around and blame the President and ask him to quit and stop disturbing the mafia business instead of supporting him and forming a true and genuine revolution to help him help us get liberated from the cancer?

We haven’s heard the last from GMA yet…
 

Robin Hood

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Do you know someone who can?

If there is one suborn person who can liberate us from this internationally protected mafia it is GMA!

This mafia is the civilian version of ISIS that was created and protected by the West and their regional allies!’

ISIS was defeated! So shall the civilian terrorist!

Why do we always turn around and blame the President and ask him to quit and stop disturbing the mafia business instead of supporting him and forming a true and genuine revolution to help him help us get liberated from the cancer?

We haven’s heard the last from GMA yet…
There's nothing PMA can do. The mafia is stronger than the LAF.

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TayyarBeino

Legendary Member
@AbuAbufadel

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#جوزيف_أبو_فاضل:"الفاريز"لم تنتظر ٣ أشهر مدة العقد مع الحكومة،فأقدمت عند حصولها على حسابات ومستندات مصرف لبنان الخاصة به،على الإنسحاب لأسباب مشبوهة غير التي يدعيها بعض المغفلين في القانون! شركة مغمورة نهمت حسابات "المركزي"واختفت إلى المجهول! قال تدقيق جنائي قال من يحاسب الحكومة؟
 

Robin Hood

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@AbuAbufadel

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#جوزيف_أبو_فاضل:"الفاريز"لم تنتظر ٣ أشهر مدة العقد مع الحكومة،فأقدمت عند حصولها على حسابات ومستندات مصرف لبنان الخاصة به،على الإنسحاب لأسباب مشبوهة غير التي يدعيها بعض المغفلين في القانون! شركة مغمورة نهمت حسابات "المركزي"واختفت إلى المجهول! قال تدقيق جنائي قال من يحاسب الحكومة؟
This guy defends Riad Salamé.

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JB81

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@AbuAbufadel

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#جوزيف_أبو_فاضل:"الفاريز"لم تنتظر ٣ أشهر مدة العقد مع الحكومة،فأقدمت عند حصولها على حسابات ومستندات مصرف لبنان الخاصة به،على الإنسحاب لأسباب مشبوهة غير التي يدعيها بعض المغفلين في القانون! شركة مغمورة نهمت حسابات "المركزي"واختفت إلى المجهول! قال تدقيق جنائي قال من يحاسب الحكومة؟

This guy lost it when his "relative" Salemeh was touched.

All corrupt and in the system
 

Viral

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#جوزيف_أبو_فاضل:"الفاريز"لم تنتظر ٣ أشهر مدة العقد مع الحكومة،فأقدمت عند حصولها على حسابات ومستندات مصرف لبنان الخاصة به،على الإنسحاب لأسباب مشبوهة غير التي يدعيها بعض المغفلين في القانون! شركة مغمورة نهمت حسابات "المركزي"واختفت إلى المجهول! قال تدقيق جنائي قال من يحاسب الحكومة؟
I mentioned earlier. That’s the same scenario for Total pulling out of block 4 contract while the French are taking back seat till Biden takes office. Those in charge of Lebanon’s file in Washington are running the show on their own while Trump is busy fighting for is own political life. They know it’s their last opportunity to serve the Zionist interest before the new administration takes office with a different approach.

Since Trump’s loss became obvious they became aggressive blocking every breath of air to the Lebanese people to pressure GMA to give up his demands with the Israeli negotiations. Listing Bassil on their sanctions was just the beginning. I don’t see any possible hope till next year.

Ironically, some geniuses here want to blame it on Ibrahim Kan3an if not his domestic maid😉
 

Viral

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Forensic audit, formation of government and territorial negotiations with the Israelis are connected together thanks to the American generosity. The French are watching like dumb asses
No one can help the Lebanese but themselves. It's a reminder that the resistance is Lebanon's backbone.
 

Robin Hood

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Forensic audit, formation of government and territorial negotiations with the Israelis are connected together thanks to the American generosity. The French are watching like dumb asses
No one can help the Lebanese but themselves. It's a reminder that the resistance is Lebanon's backbone.
Looks like the Americans will succeed in destroying Lebanon.
But I doubt what Joseph said is true. He defends Riad Salamé.

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Resign

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What’s the story with FPM spam whining about alvares
Ma 7adret janebo your boy al moudalal Ibrahim Ken3an spearheaded the anti audit campaign
Why is he still a member of your party and bloc ?
It raises lots of question marks
No ? ;)

kellon ya3neh kellon tayaro al tadqiq al jina2i
 

JustLeb

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@MarounRizk6


متل ما علي حسن الخليل قال أفتخر بتعطيل مشروع معمل دير عمار ما بستبعد من غازي وزني يقول أفتخر بتعطيل #التدقيق_الجنائي التنين من نفس المدرسة

in all this story I would like to know who are the pu$$ies ???
bel mshabra7 min el kesseyet !!!???
Wein abou el 3oulouj, yelli bado ymashi qitar el isla7 w ma 7ada b wa2fo ???
 

Viral

Active Member
Is it just a coincidence everything good GMA wanted to do for the people was sabotaged from fighting corruption, to forensic audit to oil and gas exploration and now they won’t let him have a government?

They sent their thugs in the streets to give the banks reason to close their doors in the face of average citizens while transferring the thieves’ money outside the country.

Their thugs were at every instance ready to defend the corrupt mafia from bankers to politicians.

Rai declared Riad Salameh red line and the US ambassador thought he did a good job and should stay but Bassil was corrupt.

Time will only tell how stupid the majority of Lebanese are. If we don’t see 2 million Lebanese citizens soon walk the streets in support of their President who is their only salvation, then they are cursed and don’t deserve salvation.

With the help and protection from foreign powers, Lebanon was looted from the inside and now Israel wants to loot it from the outside using the same methods.
 

Robin Hood

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Is it just a coincidence everything good GMA wanted to do for the people was sabotaged from fighting corruption, to forensic audit to oil and gas exploration and now they won’t let him have a government?

They sent their thugs in the streets to give the banks reason to close their doors in the face of average citizens while transferring the thieves’ money outside the country.

Their thugs were at every instance ready to defend the corrupt mafia from bankers to politicians.

Rai declared Riad Salameh red line and the US ambassador thought he did a good job and should stay but Bassil was corrupt.

Time will only tell how stupid the majority of Lebanese are. If we don’t see 2 million Lebanese citizens soon walk the streets in support of their President who is their only salvation, then they are cursed and don’t deserve salvation.

With the help and protection from foreign powers, Lebanon was looted from the inside and now Israel wants to loot it from the outside using the same methods.
The mafia won. Why should PMA keep fighting?

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Viral

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Lebanon: The forensic audit donors demand is dead. Who killed it?

An audit of Lebanon’s central bank is a key condition for international aid, but special interests have torpedoed it.


20 Nov 2020
Beirut, Lebanon– Restructuring firm Alvarez & Marsal (A&M) has quit its contract to carry out a forensic audit of Lebanon’s central bank – a key demand of international donors – because it did not receive the documents it needed, the country’s caretaker finance minister, Ghazi Wazni, said on Friday.
Lebanon is seeking tens of billions of dollars in aid from donor nations and the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to help resolve a crushing financial crisis. But they said aid would only flow following a forensic audit of the central bank, known as the Banque du Liban (BDL).
“I am personally completely shocked,” a Western diplomat told Al Jazeera on Friday.
In a phone interview with Al Jazeera, Wazni said A&M informed him on Friday that it had lost confidence it would ever receive the documents it needed from the central bank some two and a half months after it signed a contract to begin the audit.
Two weeks earlier, Wazni had announced a three-month extension to a deadline for BDL to provide A&M with all the information it needed. BDL had provided answers to fewer than half of A&M’s questions, citing Lebanon’s banking secrecy laws.

I’m surprised by their decision
LEBANON'S CARETAKER FINANCE MINISTER GHAZI WAZNI
“[A&M] said they were sure that in these three months they won’t get the documents to do their work and asked for the termination of the contract,” Wazni told Al Jazeera. “They should have waited because there were proposals in the works to lift the banking secrecy laws. I’m surprised by their decision.”
Nasser Saidi, a former vice governor at the central bank, said the decision likely came down to considerations over A&M’s image.
“Incredibly, this company cares more about its own reputation than Lebanon cares about its reputation,” Saidi told Al Jazeera. “They are professionals, they wanted to do a professional job, they were prevented from doing so and now we’re back to square one.”
He said BDL’s reliance on banking secrecy laws to withhold information was “a pretence” and that neither the central bank nor the finance ministry had “any willingness to undertake the forensic audit”.

now we’re back to square one
NASSER SAIDI, FMR VICE GOVERNOR, BANQUE DU LIBAN
BDL’s claims have also been discredited by top political and judicial officials including the prime minister, justice minister and the prestigious Beirut Bar Association.
“I think the laws are fine,” Caretaker Justice Minister Marie-Claude Najm told Al Jazeera in late October. “We are talking about money of the people and the state – if you can’t investigate that, what can you do in a country? This would mean there are institutions above law and accountability.”
Najm and caretaker Prime Minister Hassan Diab have accused the central bank’s governor, Riad Salameh, who has held the office since 1993, of obstructing the audit to protect the interests of the country’s financial-political elite.
“Riad and the big boys behind him [killed the forensic audit]. As long as he’s there he’s protecting the system,” a financial source with first-hand knowledge of the process told Al Jazeera.

Too big to care

Lebanon’s deep financial crisis has its roots in decades of alleged corruption and mismanagement by a group of businessmen and armed faction leaders who entered government after the end of the country’s civil war in 1990.
In October 2019, the country was swept by massive protests calling for the removal of that ruling class, fuelled by the collapse of the country’s economy which led the currency to decouple from a two-decade-old US dollar peg.
The Lebanese pound has since lost more than 80 percent of its value against the greenback. Half of the population has fallen below the poverty line.
Yet despite this downward spiral, repeated attempts by Diab’s government to meet the conditions set by the international community have been trounced.
An attempt to endorse capital controls limiting transfers of money abroad – effectively an attempt to legalise measures already implemented by private banks at their own discretion – failed when Wazni withdrew the bill under directives from Speaker Nabih Berri, who appointed him.

Berri, who heads the Amal Movement, which holds the most Shia seats in the parliament, is a figurehead of the country’s old guard who has held his post since 1992.
The cabinet’s financial rescue plan – which sought to have banks and big depositors bear the brunt of the losses in the financial system, rather than small depositors – was held up by a so-called parliamentary “fact-finding” committee made up of MPs representing the elite, many of whom stood to lose from the plan themselves.
The plan was never implemented.
Now, it looks like the forensic audit is taking a similar path.

It has faced obstruction since April, when it was approved by the cabinet. By July, no contract had been signed, at which point Wazni admitted that his backers – a reference to Berri – were against the audit.
Wazni then said that the issue was the alleged Israeli ties of Kroll, the renowned forensic auditing firm the cabinet had decided to retain for the job. So Kroll was tossed out, and in late July, the cabinet agreed once again to carry out the audit, this time with A&M, a firm not specialised in forensic auditing.
Wazni then signed the contract with A&M in September.
The outgoing finance minister told Al Jazeera that he believed “70 percent” of the contract could be implemented without an amendment to Lebanon’s banking secrecy laws – a stunning admission.
The company will now be paid $150,000 for services rendered. Wazni said he would be meeting with the president and prime minister on Saturday to decide the path forward.
Mike Azar, a senior financial adviser and expert on the Lebanese financial crisis, believes the audit not only would have uncovered potential crimes and fraud committed over decades, but allowed for a detailed diagnosis of what went wrong in Lebanon’s financial system.

“Losing the audit is a loss not just in terms of fighting corruption and potential crimes people deserve to know about … but also a very important part of any effective and optimal financial recovery plan to make sure the problems of the past are not repeated again, and to strengthen institutions,” Azar told Al Jazeera.
Saidi said: “We can still rescue Lebanon, but what’s incredible is that despite the willingness of the international community to help, and despite the IMF and the World Bank’s willingness to help, the leadership in Lebanon has effectively refused that help.”
The United Nations Special Coordinator for Lebanon, Jan Kubis, said as much in a tweet on Friday: “Why it seems [sic] that foreigners are more concerned about the wellbeing and fate of Lebanon and its people, more alarmed by lack of action and procrastination than the country’s political elites?”
 
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