Central bank investigators subjected to pressure from the Congress to change the facts
A member of the Parliamentary Integrity: the issue of central bank investigators subjected to pressure from the Congress to change the facts of the investigation
Wednesday, November 28 2 / November 2012 15:38
According to a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee Kamal Saadi said judges and investigators issue of the Central Bank are exposed to pressure from the Congress to change the facts of the investigation.
Saadi said in a statement received by all of Iraq [where] a copy of it today, “a number of politicians and MPs have attempted actively to pressure the judges and investigators in the case of the central bank to change the facts and not to reveal the names of those who were working behind the scenes in this case, including those politicians and MPs themselves. ”
The House of Representatives form a parliamentary committee headed by First Deputy President of the Council Qusay al-Suhail to investigate the process of money laundering at the Central Bank.
The cabinet decided earlier mandated Chairman of the Board of Supreme Audit Abdul Basit Turki Department of the Central Bank of Iraq to succeed former Governor Sinan al-Shabibi.
The accused cleric Moqtada al-Sadr, the Iraqi government meddling in the work of the central bank without the right hand, which threatens the collapse of the country’s economy.
The [where] published in 19 of the current month of November and a confidential document relating to the special report prepared by the parliamentary Allganh responsible for monitoring the central bank policy and the exchange rates of the dollar and the auction.
And requests the President of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi in this document by the President of the Integrity Commission to open an investigation detailed and high level of professionalism, on condition of allowing leaking of the report and investigation procedures by the Commission to the media and political parties. Ended