In a report titled: “The Central Bank of Lebanon, a state within the state that cannot be touched,” the French newspaper “Le Monde” launched an attack against the governor of the Banque du Liban, Riad Salameh.
The French newspaper indicated that, after reviewing the report of Deloitte and Ernst & Young for the year 2000, it revealed a “suspicious increase in the assets of the Banque du Liban in the amount of 6 billion dollars due to questionable accounting procedures”, confirming that the two auditors were not You are authorized to view the gold reserves owned by the bank.
French sources indicated to Al-Akhbar newspaper that Salameh does not agree to an external audit, and he claims that he has dealt with audit firms that certify the accuracy of his accounts, considering that this is not true. The sources believed that the Banque du Liban is not transparent.
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