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Security Assistance: U.S. Government Should Strengthen End-Use Monitoring Human Rights Vetting for Egypt
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Charles Michael Johnson, Jr. (au)
The U.S. government has allocated about $1.3 billion annually in security assistance for Egypt in fiscal years 2011 through 2015. The Departments of Defense (DOD) and State (State) have established end-use monitoring programs to ensure that military equipment transferred to foreign countries is safeguarded and used for its intended purposes. In addition, legal requirements, known as the Leahy laws, prohibit DOD- and State-funded assistance to unts of foreign security security forces if there is credible information that these forces have committed a gross violation of human rights. This report examines, for fiscal years 2011 through 2015, the extent to which the U.S. government (1) committed or disbursed funds allocated for security-related assistance for Egypt; (2) implemented end-use monitoring for equipment transferred to Egyptian security forces; and (3) vetted Egyptian recipients of security-related asistance for human rights concerns. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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