The New York Times reports on the dismissals of many of Iraq’s Inspectors General, one of the few semi-functioning anti-corruption mechanisms in the country.
While we can’t go into the details yet publicly, much of this tracks with our forthcoming Global Integrity assessment of Iraq that will be part of the Global Integrity Report: 2008. Watch this space.
— Nathaniel Heller
No watchdogs? Multi-billion dollar oil revenue surplus? What could possibly go wrong?