Elections of the new head of the IMF will be uncontested, Lagarde unopposed


WASHINGTON, February 11. /Corr. Andrew Shitov/. Elections of the new head of the IMF will be uncontested, Christine Lagarde no rivals. This was announced here on Thursday the Dean of the IMF Board of Directors Alexey mojin representing the Council in Russia.

“The nomination period for nominations for the post of Director of the IMF ended on Wednesday, said in a statement Moina. – Nominated one candidate – the current managing Director Christine Lagarde”.

Further, the Board of Directors, according to its Dean, will work in accordance with a predetermined procedure, announced on 20 January. She meets a personal interview with the candidate, Christine Lagarde. “The purpose of the Council is to complete the selection process as soon as possible”, – stated in the application.

Russia earlier announced that it would support the re-election of Christine Lagarde as managing Director of the IMF.