Step Gordon Brown became Director of the IMF would be inhibited by British Prime Minister

Tuesday, April 19, 2011 Label:

British prime minister, David Cameron is rumored to be blocking the effort Gordon Brown to head the International Monetary Fund after criticizing his handling of the financial crisis. In a direct attack on former senior in the government, Mr Cameron said his predecessor was not "the best person" to lead the IMF because he would not admit the British have a "debt problem".

Brown reportedly hoping to take a salaried position 270 thousand pounds per year. However, to nominate himself, he must be nominated by his government.

"If you have someone who does not think we have a debt problem (to run the IMF), they may not be the best person to decide whether other countries have problems," he told the Today program on BBC Radio 4.

He added that the role be filled by "someone who understands the dangers of excessive spending."

And a clear signal that Britain will block Brown, Cameron suggested that the position should be filled by candidates from "China, India, or Southeast Asia."

PM said it was important that the IMF is led by "extraordinary people who are competent and capable" and praised the leadership of Dominique Strauss-Kahn called doing a "very good job. "

Strauss Kahn will resign immediately as a managing director in the middle of media speculation that Brown, who resigned as British Prime Minister last year, could replace him.
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