Demand sacking four managers in the Central Bank on corruption charges

Source: local and international intervention preventing arrest Cpie impact demand sacking four managers in the Central Bank on corruption charges

Sunday, October 14 1 / Okrudolf 2012 15:06

[Baghdad – where]

A source in the parliamentary committee tasked with investigating the processes of corruption and money laundering in the central bank, demand Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to sack the four bank officials involved with corruption.

The source told all of Iraq [where] that “Shabibi Maliki’s request three years ago to dismiss four of the managers in the management of the central bank for being responsible for what is happening corruption in the bank, but the latter rejected this demand.”

He added that “a magistrates issued a memorandum to arrest Shabibi without knowing the reasons, but prevented it move by the United Nations Mission in Iraq and the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, in addition to intervention presidency and some leaders of political blocs, and their claim Chief Justice Medhat al-Mahmoud intervene , which was not aware of the arrest. ”

He pointed out that “the head of the Supreme Judicial Council, and having knowledge of the subject, issued an order to cancel the arrest warrant and rebuked the judge who issued and decided to punish him, returned arrest Governor of the Central Bank that affect the country’s sovereignty.” Ended.