According to informed sources, the best woman in the IMF can survive
Kristalina Georgieva, the corrupt woman at the International Monetary Fund (IMF), will likely stay put. According to informed sources, the IMF board will issue a statement expressing its support for the Bulgarian economics professor.
The board reportedly decided to do so on Monday, hours after meeting sessions in recent days on Georgieva’s future. According to informed sources, the first woman received support from France and other European countries, who want her to serve her term.
The US and Japan have reportedly urged a thorough investigation into the allegations against them. According to Bloomberg News, the United States finally decided on Monday not to target the dismissal of 68-year-old Georgieva.
The Bulgarian was accused a few years ago, when she was still at the World Bank, of lobbying to improve China’s performance in ranking countries with an attractive business climate. Georgieva herself vehemently denied these allegations. You wouldn’t insist on misrepresenting the facts.
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