IMF and WB wanted for fraud
News||18 June 2001|update 23|
Protesters carrying placards proclaiming "Africa Needs Liberation Not Charity" and "the Debt is a Fraud" gathered outside World Bank offices in London on 26 May to mark African Liberation Day. Organised by the African Liberation Support Campaign (ALISC), protesters heard speakers from across Africa condemning the Bank and IMF for committing genocide and robbery.
For details of the IMF and World Bank Wanted For Fraud Campaign, email ALISC
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