As the developing Countries plan to break the American myth of always chairing the Presidency of the World Bank, President Barack Obama, a good politician, has given a strong strike. This is to counter every possible coalition among the rest of the World against his candidate. He has made a very rare and politically well-thought change in his choice of the possible occupant of the highest Bank of the Planet by nominating Jim Yong Kim as the possible next occupant of that important.
The US government’s choice of Jim Yong Kim, an expert in global health, which, according to SUDEEP REDDY’s analysis, is not politically motivated, is, from all indications, false. Mr Obama must have done so to bring an end to the move of the developing countries to oppose the American traditional quest of occupying the seat of the Presidency of the World Bank.
The choice of Dr Kim, who though born South Korean, was raised American, was first to cauterize the African candidate who, from all indications, has all it takes to manage the Bank if she was not from a developing Country.
Furthermore, being well-informed on the recent change in International policy-making, Obama surely went for an American of Asian origin to divide the voice of the BRICS, (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.). Obama knows that by bringing an Asian, China and India might vote for him and since Brazil has it’s own candidate, there will be no way forward for the African candidate.
The failure of the French Military Intelligence to capture and prosecute Mohamed Mera has been criticized by many French personalities, including the Presidential Candidate, Marie Lepen. She calls for a debate on the inability of the security officers to lay hands on Mera.
The African Union has joined its voice with many World powers like Germany to condemn the authors of the Military junta that overthrew the Government of Bamako. The AU, through the voice of Jean Ping, the President of the AU Commission, said they will bring to justice all those involved in the coup.