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Amid Sudan Coup Bid UNSC Is AWOL As Guterres Bans Press No Answers on UN Rapes

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UN GATE, Oct 25 – How corrupt has the UN system become under Antonio Guterres? Well, below is a sample retaliation complaint about his UN in Sudan, which has been provided to Inner City Press, which Guterres has had banned for 1311 days without providing answers.

  Inner City Press asked Guterres and spokespeople Stephane Dujarric and Melissa Fleming, and Amina J. Mohammed, about Sudan in writing on the morning of October 25, along with a new UN child rape by a "peacekeeper" from Morocco. No answers - totally corrupt.

 At the UN's lame noon briefing, Guterres' SRSG Volker Perthes said he could not speak to the impact in Darfur.

And the UN Security Council under Kenya, which followed Guterres in censorship, has done nothing, issuing happy-talk from Mali and Niger. It says it *might* speak Tuesday. UNfit for purpose.

From the UN in Sudan, Inner City Press published this: "Please provide the name and position of the person(s) who has committed the alleged act(s) of  retaliation:   Mr. Mateen Shaheen; Deputy Representative UNFPA CO, Sudan; email:  Mr. Massimo Diana; Representative UNFPA CO, Sudan; email:    II. Protected Activity:   Did you report misconduct? To whom and when (date) did you make your report of misconduct?  Yes, to the Executive Director on May 24th. 2021  

What misconduct did you report? 

3. Discrimination and nepotism; specifically, un-unified methods of recruitment, including 12 new  positions were not opened internally following procedure’ referring to ‘fast track recruitments’ in order to  not extend contracts of national staff in the Sudan CO in favour of bringing in staff who have served with  senior management in former duty stations. As evidence, in the last six months, six new positions have  been recruited and filled by staff from Syria, the former duty station of the Representative. Further,  positions have also been filled through personal relations such as bringing on board the wife of the  1   Representative’s friends in Khartoum into the Youth Program without transparency or clarity on roles  and responsibility. 

V. History:   Who else besides the Ethics Office have you contacted for assistance?   No other parties and/or bodies have been contacted for assistance."

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