The Former Head of the International Monetary Fund, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, was released from house arrest on Friday as the case against him moved closer to dismissal. Dominique Strauss-Kahn was accused of sexually assaulting a female hotel housekeeper and trying to rape her in May.
The politicians in San Francisco have made a hue and cry about another irrelevant matter this time. They have this time picked up the matter of the rape victim by Strauss Kahn. There has now been a letter sent by the Human Rights Commission of the city to the New York Post. They wanted to know the HIV status of the victim of the sexual assault.
There are speculations being voiced regarding who would be apt to take the place of Strauss Kahn, after the resignation. There are many who believe that the International Monetary fund should be headed by a European again.
Dominique Strauss-Kahn, International Monetary Fund Chief, was accused for many acts that he performed against the law; including the recent one where is was blamed to attempt rape of a hotel maid. The authorities had denied his bail and therefore he will remain in the jail until the next hearing, on Monday along with several other inmates.
The central bank governors and the Finance ministers vowed to exert considerately to put an end to worries over currencies and trade inequity, however made less development in revolving temperate terms into accord.
The International Monetary Fund has expressed its worries about an explosion of social unrest as the US and Europe is facing the worst job crisis since the year 1930.
The unemployment rate is rising day by day in the US and Europe raising the fears of double dip recession. The chief of IMF, Dominique Strauss-Khan has said the double dip recession is unlikely but the job losses are pushing the world in to a huge social crisis.
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