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Evidence UN ‘one of the most corrupt bodies on planet earth’

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Australia has sent a formal invitation inviting the UN to visit the Great Barrier Reef after the body raised concerns.

A UNESCO World Heritage Committee draft report has issued a recommendation to list the Great Barrier Reef as a world heritage site “in danger” because of successive reef bleaching events.

UNESCO hasn’t been to Queensland since 2012.

The main world heritage committee decision-making body is chaired by a Chinese official.

“The whole thing is a rort,” Ben Fordham said.

“It’s further evidence that the United Nations is one of the most corrupt and compromised bodies on planet earth.”

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