Can international and multilateral institutions such as the IMF be punished for any wrongdoing? I am wondering if international law has any power over institutions such as the IMF. Let's say that some leaked documents show that the IMF took the decision to worsen the economic situation of a country because of some moneyed interest. In such a situation, is there any legal framework that would allow the victimized countries to seek monetary compensation?
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