Shouldn\’t you read up on these things first?
In this respect it corresponds to other global powers. Despite its trumpeted reforms, the International Monetary Fund remains under the control of the United States and the former colonial powers. All constitutional matters still require an 85% share of the vote. By an inexplicable oversight, the United States retains 16.7%, ensuring that it possesses a veto over subsequent reforms. Belgium still has eight times the votes of Bangladesh, Italy a bigger share than India, and the United Kingdom and France between them more voting power than the 49 African members.
It\’s a bank. With shareholders. The shareholders put up the capital for the bank and they get voting rights in proportion to hte amount of capital they put up. It\’s very, very, simple.