The failure in revealing identities of Clinton Foundation’s donors

The failure in revealing identities of Clinton Foundation’s donors

It was reported that Clinton Foundation has failed to make known the identities of at least 1100 donors. Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership may be a potential portal for Clinton Foundation donations from foreign business leaders.

It was reported that Clinton Foundation has failed to make known the identities of at least 1100 donors. 

Clinton Giustra Enterprise Partnership may be a potential portal for Clinton Foundation donations from foreign business leaders. As we know Canadian law forbids to reveal the identity of customers without their permission.

Recently The Washington Post reported the newest information about unknown donors. It also reported that a lot of the partnership’s donations are regularly sent to the Clinton Foundation.

A representative for the Canadian group told the Washington Post that most of the 1100 donors sent a small amount of money as a donations during the 2008 event for raising money.

The most famous partnership’s donors Frank Giustra and the miner one Ian Tefler are described in “Clinton Cash”. The book tells us about their participation in deals, the result of which is Russian control over the many uranium deposits all over the world.

Recently, the partnership began trying to contact about 25 members of the Foundation in order to get the permission to reveal their names. It is reported that those donors have given more than $250 000 to the organisation.

The Clinton Foundation accepted on Monday that it made mistakes in IRS fillings and protected a disclosure of debatable donations from a Canadian financier.

The foundation executive Maura Pally wrote on the official web-site that they made mistakes like all large organisations. But she also mentioned that they were trying hard to work these mistakes out as soon as possible. She added that they had taken measures to ensure that those mistakes wouldn’t happen again.

As we know, a Democrat Hillary Clinton makes a 2016 White House bid. The result of it is raising the concern about the foundation’s contributions and finances.

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