Media: Senate Committee of the U.S. Congress started an investigation against Clinton

Media: Senate Committee of the U.S. Congress started an investigation against Clinton

WASHINGTON, June 5. /Offset. TASS Anton Cranks/. The Chairman of the Senate judiciary Committee of the U.S. Congress, Republican Chuck Grassley started the investigation against the attempts of Hillary Clinton as Secretary of state (2009-2013) to discontinue the proceedings in Bangladesh in the case of a friend of her family, entrepreneur Muhammad Yunus.

This is with reference to sources in the legislature said Sunday, the Washington newspaper the Daily Caller.

According to Grassley, the former candidate for presidents of the United States was trying to help one of the sponsors of the family’s Clinton Foundation, to avoid investigation in corruption charges, which started the Asian country’s government. According to the publication, ex-Secretary of state instructed us diplomats of high rank to put pressure on Bangladeshi Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina wajed and her son Sagiba to halt corruption proceedings against Yunus. In particular, according to the newspaper, Clinton threatened Ijebu conduct a full tax audit of its activities in the United States, if the mother does not stop the investigation.

Grassley asked U.S. Secretary Rex Tillerson to provide the Committee with all documentation, including correspondence concerning the incident, until June 15. The publication stresses that this is the first proceedings against Clinton, which began in the U.S. Congress after its defeat in the presidential election last year.

While the Committee on oversight and government reform of the house of representatives is continuing the investigation into the use of the former first lady of personal computer servers to conduct official correspondence via e-mail in her tenure as the chief of American diplomacy.