Meat supplies scam costs Afghan police budget millions

General Khoshal Sadat, Deputy Minister of Interior listens to a police officer at his office in Kabul, Afghanistan May 30, 2019. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani/Files

KABUL (Reuters) – A scandal involving inflated contracts for police meat rations underlines the abuse Afghan authorities are struggling to stop in logistics centres, where corrupt officials and contractors have skimmed fortunes from the government and foreign donors. Earlier this year, investigators identified discrepancies in order forms that showed contractors were both claiming for inflated […]

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