What does the World Bank’s “sovereign immunity” mean for the countries it works in?



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    It means that those associated with the World Bank and covered under the title of sovereign immunity, cannot be charged with any illegal wrongdoings in that specific country’s courts in association with any of their laws. In short that person or persons are untouchable, legally in whichever country they are granted sovereign immunity.

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