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Theocracy in Iran.

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Theocracy in Iran.

#1 Post by Zeff » August 30th, 2016, 2:00 pm ... dium=email
Iran is not a free country. There may be less violence than in Syria, but who would want to live there? (Apart from Lauren Booth who apparently feels she had some sort of revelation).

Quote: ...The visit which was carried out in January 2016 identified serious regulatory concerns regarding how the charity is being managed including; poor governance, risks to the charity’s property due to poor financial management and failures by the trustees to conduct proper due diligence and monitoring of its partners. The visit also identified that the charity was unable to provide records to evidence expenditure of over £70,000... Source: ... peacetrail
(L Booth co-founded the charity)

How long do these enquiries take?

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Re: Theocracy in Iran.

#2 Post by Alan H » August 30th, 2016, 2:13 pm

Zeff wrote:How long do these enquiries take?
The unit of measure is, of course, the Chilcot, so should tale 0.1 C but probably nearer 1 to 2 C.
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