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Controversy erupted following the appointment of Abdel Hamid as the new Cairo governor, after media outlets claimed that he was involved in squandering public funds and had to reconcile with the Illicit Gains Authority to avoid prison time.
Probe committees have been set up to established the alleged squandering of BHD400 million detailed in a National Audit Control 2013-14 report which detailed allegations that the Health Ministry squandered funds (20 violations noted), as did the Foreign Ministry (19 violations; BHD3.
He said that his bloc would co-ordinate with other MPs to question ministers singled out for repeated irregularities and flagrant squandering of public money.
Squandering public money is tantamount to squandering responsibility itself TradeArabia News Service
Rob Elvins was also guilty of squandering a gilt-edged chance.
After squandering a four-run advantage, Thousand Oaks used a two-run double by Cody Fierro in the bottom of the sixth inning to regain the lead en route to a 10-5 victory over Puerto Rico on Saturday in the opening round of the Big League World Series in Easley, S.
The title of the exhibition was Outrage, and it was a protest at the rebuilding of Liverpool city centre along the street lines of the Victorian city and squandering the town planning opportunity that the wartime destruction of the south side of town presented.
In his New Year message, Plaid Cymru's National Assembly leader has accused Labour of squandering European aid cash.
Altruism" of the sort extolled by President Bush--a president squandering money earned by taxpayers, and sacrificing the lives of their sons and daughters, on behalf of foreign strangers--is a moral abomination and a crime against constitutional republicanism.
That the Scottish people have not taken to the streets by the thousand in violent protest at this obscenely irresponsible and most undemocratic [pounds sterling]430 million squandering of their tax money, is quite remarkable.
Advocating a military withdrawal by January 31, 2005, Exiting Iraq emphasizes the importance of orchestrating a foreign policy that clearly defines and protects vital American interests overseas without squandering lives or resources.