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Profile: Enrique Iglesias

 
  

Positions that Enrique Iglesias has held:

  • President of the International Development Bank


 

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Enrique Iglesias actively participated in the following events:

 
  

April 6, 2001      Haiti Coup

       Lawrence Harrington, the US representative to the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) sends a letter to Enrique Iglesias, the IDB's president, recommending that the bank block already approved loans to Haiti. “At this point disbursements could normally begin, assuming all loans conditions had been met,” Harrington writes. “However, we do not believe that these loans can or should be treated in a routine manner and strongly urge you to not authorize any disbursements at this time.” [London Review of Books, 4/15/2004 Sources: April 4, 2001 letter from Executive Director for the US Lawrence Harrington to IDB President Enrique Iglesias] The loans are for health, education, drinking water and road improvements. The OAS will block these loans 14 days later (see (2001)). [London Review of Books, 4/15/2004]
People and organizations involved: Organization of American States (OAS), Lawrence Harrington, Enrique Iglesias, Inter-American Development Bank (IDB)
          

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