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Appendix IV

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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
September 1980
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IV. Executive Directors and Voting Power on April 30, 1980

Executive Directors and Voting Power on April 30, 1980
General DepartmentSpecial Drawing Centers Department
DirectorAlternateCasting Votes ofVotes by CountryTotal votes1Percent of Fund total2Totalvotes1Percent of Fund total2
APPOINTED
Sam Y. CrossUnited States84,30084,30019.8384,30019.83
Donald E. Syvrud
John AnsonUnited Kingdom29,50029,5006.9429,5006.94
Lionel D.D. Price
Gerhard LaskeGermany, Fed. Rep. of21,81021,8105.1321,8105.13
Guenter Winkelmann
Paul Mentré de LoyeFrance19,44019,4404.5719,4404.57
Thierry Aulagnon
Teruo HiraoJapan16,84016,8403.9616,8403.96
Akira Nagashima
Mahsoun B. JalalSaudi Arabia6,2506,2501.476,2501.47
Yusuf A. Nimatallah
ELECTED
Joaquín Muns (Spain)Costa Rica660
Ariel Buira (Mexico)El Salvador680
Guatemala760
Honduras590
Mexico5,600
Nicaragua590
Spain5,820
Venezuela6,85021,5505.0721,5505.07
H.O. Ruding (Netherlands)Cyprus590
Tom de Vries (Netherlands)Israel2,300
Netherlands9,730
Romania2,700
Yugoslavia3,02018,3404.3118,3404.31
Bernard J. Drabble (Canada)Bahamas580
Michael Casey (Ireland)Barbados420
Canada13,820
Grenada280
Ireland1,800
Jamaica99017,8904.2117,8904.21
Lamberto Dini (Italy)Greece2,100
Costa P. Caranicas (Greece)Italy12,650
Malta450
Portugal1,97017,1704.0417,1704.04
ELECTED (continued)
Robert J. WhitelawAustralia8,150
(Australia)Korea1,850
Richard J. Lang (New Zealand)New Zealand2,570
Papua New Guinea550
Philippines2,350
Seychelles263
Solomon Islands271
Western Samoa28016,2843.8316,2843.83
Mohamed Finaish (Libya)Bahrain450
Kadhim A. Al-Eyd (Iraq)Iraq1,660
Jordan550
Kuwait2,600
Lebanon370
*Libya2,100
Maldives259
Pakistan3,100
Qatar650
Somalia480
Syrian Arab Republic880
United Arab Emirates1,450
Yemen Arab Republic380
Yemen, People’s
Dem. Rep. of66015,5893.6715,5893.67
Jacques de Groote (Belgium)Austria3,550
Heinrich G. SchneiderBelgium9,150
(Austria)Luxembourg560
Turkey2,25015,5103.6515,5103.65
Jahangir Amuzegar (Iran)Afghanistan700
Mohammed Yeganeh (Iran)Algeria3,100
Ghana1,310
Iran6,850
Morocco1,750
Oman450
Tunisia88015,0403.5415,0403.54
Alexandre Kafka (Brazil)Brazil6,900
lose GabrielPehaColombia2,180
(Dominican Republic)Dominican Republic800
Guyana500
Haiti480
Panama700
Peru1,890
Suriname500
Trinidad and Tobago1,07015,0203.5315,0203.53
S.D. Deshmukh (India)Bangladesh1,770
Edmund EramudueollaIndia11,700
(Sri Lanka)Sri Lanka1,44014,9103.5114,9103.51
Matti Vanhala (Finland)Denmark3,350
Gisli Blondal (Iceland)Finland2,870
Iceland540
Norway3,200
Sweden4,75014,7103.4614,7103.46
Byanti Kharmawan (Indonesia)Burma980
Savenara Siwatihau (Fiii)Fiji430
Indonesia5,050
Lao People’s Dem. Rep.410
Malaysia2,780
Nepal440
Singapore740
Thailand2,060
Viet Nam1,15014,0403.3014,0403.30
ELECTED (concluded)
Festus G. Mogae (Botswana)Botswana340
Semyano Kiingi (Uganda)Burundi480
Ethiopia610
Gambia, The340
Guinea550
Kenya940
Lesotho320
Liberia620
Malawi440
Nigeria3,850
Sierra Leone560
Sudan1,130
Swaziland370
Tanzania800
Uganda750
Zambia1,66013,7603.2413,7603.24
Samuel NanaSinkam (Cameroon)Benin410
Abderrahmane Alfidja (Niger)cameroon700
central African Republic410
chad410
comoros273
congo420
equatorial Guinea350
gabon550
guinea–Bissau289
ivory Coast1,010
madagascar590
mali520
mauritania420
mauritius520
Niger410
Rwanda480
São Tomé and Principe270
Senegal670
Togo440
Upper Volta410
Zaïre1,77011,3222.6611,3222.66
Francisco Garcés (Chile)Argentina5,600
Julio C. GutiérrezBolivia700
(Paraguay)chile2,420
ecuador950
paraguay480
uruguay1,09011,2402.6411,2402.64
410,515396.552410,515396.552

Voting power varies on certain matters pertaining to the General Department with use of the Fund’s resources in that Department. In voting on matters relating exclusively to the Special Drawing Rights Department, only the number of votes allotted to members which are participants may be cast.

The sum of the individual percentages may differ from the percentages of the totals because of rounding.

This total does not include the votes of China, Egypt, Democratic Kampuchea, and South Africa, which did not participate in the 1978 Regular Election of Executive Directors, and of Cape Verde, Djibouti, Dominica, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent, which became members after that election. The combined votes of those members total 14,650—3.45 per cent of the total voting power.

Voting power varies on certain matters pertaining to the General Department with use of the Fund’s resources in that Department. In voting on matters relating exclusively to the Special Drawing Rights Department, only the number of votes allotted to members which are participants may be cast.

The sum of the individual percentages may differ from the percentages of the totals because of rounding.

This total does not include the votes of China, Egypt, Democratic Kampuchea, and South Africa, which did not participate in the 1978 Regular Election of Executive Directors, and of Cape Verde, Djibouti, Dominica, St. Lucia, and St. Vincent, which became members after that election. The combined votes of those members total 14,650—3.45 per cent of the total voting power.

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