Así funciona el puñetero Banco Mundial (corregido):
The World Bank is to offer a conditional amnesty to companies that voluntarily admit to corrupt dealings on bank-funded projects.
The move forms part of a broad anti-corruption drive under the bank’s new president, Paul Wolfowitz, the former US deputy defence secretary.
Under the terms of the new Voluntary Disclosure Programme, which was approved by the bank’s executive board last week, the bank will not take action against companies that come forward with information about past wrongdoing and will allow them to continue to take part in projects.
Companies that fail to come clean voluntarily but are caught by bank investigations will continue to be debarred from participation in future projects.
About 330 companies are currently barred in this way.
Duda existencial del día: Nadie, absolutamente nadie en su sano juício seguiría prestando dinero a un hatajo de corruptos y criminales... Ahora bien... como no es su dinero y no lo ponen ellos... Así que... ¿A quién hay que reclamar? ¿Quién va a devolverme mi dinero?