Friday, April 15, 2011

Gordon Brown a ‘clear favorite’ to be next IMF head

Washington, Apr 14: Former UK Prime Minister Gordon Brown is emerging as the first choice for becoming the next Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

Presently, Brown is in the U.S for a series of meetings to discuss the matter.

"Brown is the obvious candidate,' the Daily Mail quoted a source, as saying.

Brown is likely to face opposition from the Coalition by the known figure-fiddling UK Chancellor of the exchequer George Osborne.

IMO: Brown leaves the impression of being very honest, unlike many current politicians such as Cameron and Clegg who have broken virtually all their promises. The world is sincerely looking for decent British politicians of the old calibre, whatever their faults. I was disappointed with Tony Blair, as in retrospect he sounds as shifty as his Oxford University buddy Cameron. It seems likely that honest man Brown will genuinely try to help the poor and underprivliged, and many of whom come under the care and guidance of the IMF.

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