Erik Solheim, the Prime Minister of the Norwegian Government and the Left Socialist Party (SV), made mistakes when he tried to travel to a business class to save the climate. Newspaper Aftenposten He said yesterday afternoon, after taking part in the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP), he resigned today after traveling a million dollars on average travel for the first 22 months.
Erik Solheim In fact, they are accused of being dictators and misuses United Nations resources, something that has to be freely paid for gaining money.
Guterres has said that Solheim has thanked her and acknowledges the voice she confesses to attract attention to the critical environmental challenges of the world.
Solheim's deputy, Joyce Msuya In Tanzania, they will be named as the chief UNEP, as the spokeswoman tries to seek Solheim's opposition to the general conversation.
In a report, New York Times said the UN official Unofficial Offices' official travel audit "for the unstable economic routing of vehicle routes, decided to make airlines more expensive, according to flexible adaptation policies based on flexible labor adaptability."
The Guardian also revealed that Solheim had to confirm in September that professional traders to negotiate with his wife and Norwegian company after signing the Unep bets in April. Some countries received funding from the body, because their behavior was happy, undermining their finances.
The published reports solemnly criticized Solheim for his extensive travel and management style asking scandinavians and other countries to respond to their contributions.
More than $ 500,000 in concern for employees, Solheim was responsible for the Volvo Ocean Race, though it was not mentioned on the VOR sponsors' website, although Unepek announced it.
United Nations environmental heads Erik Solheim He has resigned after his extended criticism of excessive overheads. "Doing things differently is never easy and I will never know how to set this vision for a short time and make the United Nations environment more effective and effective."
When the OIOS inspectors asked about a matter of 76 days spent in Oslo (Norway) and Paris (France) Erik Solheim Email: "We can not accept this question on vacation or work … we are not going to stop living and dealing with industry, I'm a worker between 07 and 16 years old … for the sake of that, the Currencies will continue to ask that stupid question" . The exemption will be effective on November 22nd. The workers emailed on Monday: "We agreed and committed to a set of principles [to] We work with each other and interact with each other. "