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By Douglas Gillison


If only Hillary Clinton had been president of the World Bank and not chief of US diplomacy.


The former Secretary of State now says she wants the world to see her emails. This, to fend off a new controversy in which reporters, researchers, archivists, political adversaries and posterity itself might have been denied access to her official communications — which she apparently stored on a private server somewhere in her suburban mansion in New York.


But the emails of Jim Yong Kim, Robert Zoellick, Paul Wolfowitz and other World Bank presidents cannot be subpoenaed by Congressional investigators or requisitioned by investigative reporters under any freedom of information law.


That is because the World Bank categorically refuses to release internal communications of any of its executives or staff. More read at;


Freedom of Information: The World Bank Lags Behind Many Member States

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