Yemeni MPs Worried About Expenditure of Loans
Thirty Yemeni MPs have submitted a memorandum to Parliament Speaker Abdullah Al-Ahmar expressing their worries about the expenditure of loans worth $600m, received by Yemen in the period between June 1997 to June 2000, reported the weekly Yemen Times newspaper.
According to the paper, the MPs called for addressing shortcomings in implementing programs that loans had been offered for.
The memorandum noticed that parts of those loans were spent in violation of loan programs, said the paper - Albawaba.com
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