JAKARTA-INDONESIAN, OnlyTheBestChoice – There is a new fact of Finance Minister Sri Mulyani Indrawati as a sales promotion girl (SPG) from the World Bank and IMF.
That is, Sri Mulyani turned out to have long been a spy alias intel World Bank and IMF in Indonesia.
Therefore, President Joko Widodo did not dare to evaluate Sri Mulyani.
The information was conveyed by senior economist Dr. Rizal Ramli who he obtained from his best friend who is also an economist Kwik Kian Gie.
“WhatsApp with Huey. He said Jokowi did not dare with SMI despite his poor performance, lowest tax ratio, and bad debts,” wrote RR his familiar greeting via Twitter account @RamliRizal, Saturday (17/4/2021).
Mentioned, rhys became a member of the National Economic Council (DEN), Sri Mulyani has been a spy of the IMF and the World Bank
“When Kwik became Menko Ekuin, SMI den member. Every ministerial meeting and DEN, an hour later the head of the IMF or World Bank representative phone Kwik, grumpy. SMI so intel World Bank, report,” said RR who obtained information from Kwik.
Previously, Rizal Ramli again highlighted Sri Mulyani as SPG of the World Bank and IMF.
This time, the Minister of Economy of the Era of President Gus Dur mentioned Sri Mulyani SPG World Bank-IMF because the Government of Indonesia requested the help of the two debt collection agencies in managing Indonesia’s debt burden.
“World Bank/IMF SPG base,” RR said on his Twitter account, including a friendly laughing emoticon Saturday morning.
Rizal Ramli warned that by involving the World Bank and IMF in domestic financial affairs, Indonesia had a chance like the 1998 crisis.
“Invite the IMF again, Indonesia’s economy will be more destroyed like 1998!” said RR his familiar greeting reminded.
At the recent World Bank Spring Meeting 2021 Development Committee (DC), Finance Minister Sri Mulyani hoped that the IMF and the World Bank could support countries around the world to effectively manage their debt burdens.
“We need greater supervision and guidance from the World Bank and IMF to address the debt problem and reduce the increasing pressure,” sri Mulyani said. [*]