Pakistan’s loan deal with International Monetary Fund (IMF) has gained the international attention as a British politician Jeremy Corbyn, who is the leader of Labour Party, expressed concerns over recent Pak-IMF deal and said that such deals did not benefit the ordinary people.
The Opposition leader in the UK House of Commons said: “What can [in fact] resolve the issue of poverty around the world is fairer trade, dealing with the debt crisis that many countries face, [an] investment in agriculture and industrial systems for the future, and dealing with the issues of climate emergency.
“I’m always concerned when arrangements are made particularly … what the terms are of those arrangements because we need a world in which there is less poverty, and a fairer distribution of wealth and power,” he said.
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While talking about racism he said “We have adopted the definition of Islamophobia because we believe that Islamophobia is a form of racism. It’s a nasty form of racism and has to be outlawed. “The government is delaying on it and I urge them to recognise what’s happening on the streets of our country when mosques are abused and attacked … when Muslim women are abused on the streets.
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17 November, 2019