Agence France-PresseJune 28, 2013 13:02
No country in the world is immune from unrest arising from poverty and inequality, World Bank President Jim Yong Kim told AFP in an exclusive interview.
The protests in Brazil, Turkey, and elsewhere show that even governments who have made significant efforts already cannot let up in programs to help the poor, he said.
"There's no country in the world that is immune from having this kind of citizen's movement rise up to demand even more," he said.
"It shows that the power of civil society and the power of citizens to rise up is unlike anything we've seen in history.