World Cameroon: a new Audit asked for the platform created by Maurice Kamto, Survival Cameroon
Man Pleads Guilty to Illegal Vote for Trump, Blames 'Stupid Mistake' on 'Too Much Propaganda'
Investigators discovered that Bruce Bartman used the driver's license of his dead mother to register her to vote online, and filled out an absentee ballot in her name. At the time of voting, his mother, Elizabeth Bartman, had been dead for 12 years, the Philly Voice reported. Bartman also attempted to do the same for his deceased mother-in-law, Elizabeth Weihman, using her Social Security number. However, he did not cast a ballot for Weihman.
Last year, the Cameroonian opponent Maurice Kamto launched Cameroon survival, a platform to harvest donations and contribute to the fight against COVID-19. But after a few months, managers are moving forward to nearly 330,000 euros on the survival bank account, domiciled in France. Despite two external audits, doubts about possible misappropriation of funds remain. The lawyer Christian Ntimbane, sponsor and moral deposit of the association, wanted to look closer. He claims that she was not 1.1 million euros that had been raised at the origin, but eight times more.
Morrison government pulls $50m promised for station car parks .
The government has pulled the pin on parking project funding it had promised in largely Liberal marginal seats ahead of the last federal election after underestimating the cost of some of the upgrades. © Luis Enrique Ascui Photo of Alex Kingsbury at next to the train station where local residents are opposing the car park development which has been approved to go ahead at Heathmont train station, on Friday 14 May 2021.