The man appointed to oversee a management shake-up at the United Nations has warned that it must brace itself for wide-ranging reform amid criticism that now extends far beyond the ranks of the American right.
In an interview with the Financial Times, Mark Malloch Brown warned the UN that there could be worse to come and that its management would feel the consequences from an investigation into allegations of corruption in the «oil-for-food» programme, which the UN administered for Iraq. «The crisis is still building,» Mr Malloch Brown said. «It’s very hard after [last] week’s revelations to believe there isn’t going to be some pretty tough stuff on management.»