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APPENDIX VI: Executive Directors and Voting Power on April 30, 1991

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International Monetary Fund
Published Date:
January 1991
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Director

Alternate
Casting

Votes of
Votes

by

Country
Total

Votes1
Percent

of Fund

Total2
APPOINTED
Thomas C. Dawson II

Vacant
United States179,433179,433318.894
David Peretz

Paul Wright
United Kingdom62,19062,1906.55
Bernd Goos

Bernd Esdar
Germany54,28754,2875.71
Jean-Pierre Landau

Jean-Frangois Cirelli
France45,07845,0784.74
Koji Yamazaki

Naoki Tabata
Japan42,48342,4834.47
Muhammad Al-Jasser

Abdulrahman Al-Tuwaijri
Saudi Arabia32,27432,2743.40
ELECTED
Jacques de Groote (Belgium)Austria8,006
Johann Prader (Austria)Belgium21,054
Czechoslovakia6,150
Hungary5,557
Luxembourg1,020
Turkey4,54146,3284.88
Renato Filosa (Italy)Greece4,249
Nikos Kyriazidis (Greece)Italy29,341
Malta701
Poland7,050
Portugal4,01645,3574.77
Angel Torres (Spain)Costa Rica1,091
Roberto Marino (Mexico)El Salvador1,140
Guatemala1,330
Honduras928
Mexico11,905
Nicaragua932
Spain13,110
Venezuela13,96544,4014.67
G. A. Posthumus (Netherlands)Bulgaria3,350
G P. J. Hogeweg (Netherlands)Cyprus947
Israel4,716
Netherlands22,898
Romania5,484
Yugoslavia6,38043,7754.61
Mohamed Finaish (Libya)Bahrain739
Azizali F. MohammedEgypt4,884
(Pakistan)Iraq5,290
Jordan989
Kuwait6,603
Lebanon1,037
Libya5,407
Maldives270
ELECTED (continued)
Oman881
Pakistan5,713
Qatar1,399
Somalia692
Syrian Arab Republic1,641
United Arab Emirates2,276
Yemen, Republic of1,45539,2764.13
C. Scott Clark (Canada)Antigua and Barbuda300
Gabriel C. Noonan (Ireland)Bahamas, The914
Barbados591
Belize345
Canada29,660
Dominica290
Grenada310
Ireland3,684
Jamaica1,705
St. Kitts and Nevis295
St. Lucia325
St. Vincent29038,7094.07
E. A. Evans (Australia)Australia16,442
Grant H. SpencerKiribati275
(New Zealand)Korea4,878
New Zealand4,866
Papua New Guinea909
Philippines4,654
Seychelles280
Solomon Islands300
Vanuatu340
Western Samoa31033,2543.50
Markus Fogelholm (Finland)Denmark7,360
Ingimundur FridrikssonFinland5,999
(Iceland)Iceland846
Norway7,240
Sweden10,89332,3383.40
L.B. Monyake (Lesotho)Angola1,700
L. J. Mwananshiku (Zambia)Botswana471
Burundi677
Ethiopia956
Gambia, The421
Kenya1,670
Lesotho401
Liberia963
Malawi622
Mozambique860
Namibia950
Nigeria8,745
Sierra Leone829
Sudan1,947
Swaziland497
Tanzania1,320
Uganda1,246
ELECTED (continued)
Zambia2,953
Zimbabwe2,16029,3883.09
G. K. Arora (India)Bangladesh3,125
L. Eustace N. FernandoBhutan275
(Sri Lanka)India22,327
Sri Lanka2,48128,2082.97
Alexandre Kafka (Brazil)Brazil14,863
Juan Carlos JaramilloColombia4,192
(Colombia)Dominican Republic1,371
Ecuador1,757
Guyana742
Haiti691
Panama1,272
Suriname743
Trinidad and Tobago1,95127,5822.90
J. E. Ismael (Indonesia)Fiji615
Tanya Sirivedhin (Thailand)Indonesia10,347
Lao People’s Democratic
Republic543
Malaysia5,756
Myanmar1,620
Nepal623
Singapore1,174
Thailand4,116
Tonga282
Viet Nam2,01827,0942.85
DAI Qianding (China)China24,15924,1592.54
ZHANG Zhixiang (China)
Alejandro Vegh (Uruguay)Argentina11,380
A. Guillermo ZoccaliBolivia1,157
(Argentina)Chile4,655
Paraguay734
Peru3,559
Uruguay1,88823,3732.46
Abbas MirakhorAfghanistan1,117
(Islamic Republic of Iran)Algeria6,481
Omar Kabbaj (Morocco)Ghana2,295
Iran, Islamic Republic of6,850
Morocco3,316
Tunisia1,63221,6912.28
Corentino V. SantosBenin563
(Cape Verde)Burkina Faso566
Yves-Marie T. KoissyCameroon1,177
(Côte d’voire)Cape Verde295
Central African Republic554
Chad556
Comoros295
Congo623
Cote d’lvoire1,905
ELECTED (concluded)
Djibouti330
Equatorial Guinea434
Gabon981
Guinea829
Guinea-Bissau325
Madagascar914
Mali758
Mauritania589
Mauritius786
Niger587
Rwanda688
Sao Tome and Principe290
Senegal1,101
Togo634
Zaïre3,16018,9401.99
939,618398.904

Voting power varies on certain matters pertaining to the General Department with use of the Fund’s resources in that department.

Percentages of total votes (950,025) in the General Department and the SDR Department.

This total does not include the votes of Cambodia, Mongolia, and South Africa, which did not participate in the 1990 Regular Election of Executive Directors. The combined votes of those members total 10,407—1.10 percent of those in the General Department and SDR Department.

This figure may differ from the sum of the percentages shown for individual Directors because of rounding.

Voting power varies on certain matters pertaining to the General Department with use of the Fund’s resources in that department.

Percentages of total votes (950,025) in the General Department and the SDR Department.

This total does not include the votes of Cambodia, Mongolia, and South Africa, which did not participate in the 1990 Regular Election of Executive Directors. The combined votes of those members total 10,407—1.10 percent of those in the General Department and SDR Department.

This figure may differ from the sum of the percentages shown for individual Directors because of rounding.

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