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RE: General Accounting Office (GAO) Report – “Weapons of Mass Destruction: U.N. Confronts Significant Challenges in Implementing Sanctions against Iraq.” May 23, 2002 Dear CASI-list folks: I am writing to seek assistance. On Saturday, the Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC) will be hosting a major forum on U.S. policy and Iraq that will be held in Washington, DC. Then our members will be meeting with over 200 congressional offices to discuss UNSCR 1409 and the Bush administration's possible plans to invade Iraq. As you can imagine, we are overwelmed with all the preparations. Thus, I need some folks to write bulleted analysis points on the new GAO report on Iraq Sanctions. What does the report say that is good? What does it say that is not so good? What's accurate and just plain wrong? Since this report came out within the last two weeks, we expect to hear about it in our meetings with Congress. If you have time and interest, please contact me at ErikGustafson@hotmail.com Here's the info on where to go to access the report. Go to http://www.gao.gov and click “GAO Reports”. Then click “Find GAO Report” and enter “GAO-02-625” for “Find reports by report number.” Sincerely, Erik Gustafson Executive Director Education for Peace in Iraq Center (EPIC) _______________________________________________ Sent via the discussion list of the Campaign Against Sanctions on Iraq. To unsubscribe, visit http://lists.casi.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/casi-discuss To contact the list manager, email email@example.com All postings are archived on CASI's website: http://www.casi.org.uk