A forensic audit of the Central Bank is deemed an inevitable course of action if Lebanon seeks to receive financial assistance from the international community. It is one of the requests of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).
It will reveal answers to the big question: where did all the funds go?
According to the same source, Alvarez will release the preliminary findings 12 weeks after it resumes its work.
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