Targeting Shabibi of corruption agenda behind it want to demolish the Iraqi economy
Haider Mulla: Targeting Shabibi of corruption agenda behind it want to demolish the Iraqi economy
Tuesday, October 16 1 / Okrudolf 2012 15:18
[Baghdad – where]
The MP said the Iraqi List Haider Mulla said “Targeting Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi of corruption agenda behind it want to demolish the Iraqi economy.”
Mulla said in a statement told all of Iraq [where] today that “there is a will to demolish the state and the subject is not about Governor Central Bank of person, but the reputation of Iraq’s economic, noting that” he should deal with these files professionally within closed doors either be targeting central bank governor by means media represents a blow to the Iraqi economic institution “he said.”
He added that “the list object to the means by which targeted the central bank governor and not on the content.”
The arrest warrant issued against Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi and a number of officials in the bank charges relating to corruption financial and administrative where there was international intervention and a local by the United Nations Mission in Iraq and the U.S. embassy in Baghdad, in addition to the intervention of the Presidency and some leaders of political blocs, and their demands Chairman Medhat al-Mahmoud Supreme Judicial intervention and who was not aware of the arrest. ”
A source in the parliamentary committee tasked with investigating the processes of corruption and money laundering in the Central Bank revealed told [where], claim Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi to Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki to dismiss four of the bank officials involved with corruption.
The source said, “The Shabibi Maliki’s request three years ago sacked four managers in the management of the central bank, because they are responsible for what is happening corruption in the bank, but the latter rejected this demand,” adding that “a magistrates issued then note the arrest of 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, and who did not know the arrest warrant, “he said, adding that “Chairman 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.”
As revealed by the parliamentary Finance Committee Magda Tamimi on the nomination of four names for the position of Governor of the Central Bank.
Tamimi told [where] that “the four names submitted as candidates for the position of Governor of the Central Bank, succeeding Hbibi, and they [the Legal Adviser to the Prime Minister Mohammad Fadel, Ahmed ÇáČŃíĺí, and Zia Khyoun, and Ali Allawi].” Ended 2.