Officials visited Shabibi in Amman for a settlement deal not shamed
For anything asking … Officials visited Shabibi in Amman for a settlement deal not shamed and into the in the case of the central bank!!
Tuesday 12/11/2012 10:29 am
Parliamentary source revealed the existence of the settlement will be on the file of the Central Bank, pointing out that a delegation visited the former Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi in Jordan to discuss with him about the settlement.
The source, who preferred anonymity, said that the delegation assured Shabibi that no liability will not be sanctioned if inside Iraq admitted that he is guilty, noting that lawmakers and politicians will believe he left out of Iraq after that.
The source added that the delegation Shabibi told that he must take the financial havoc billions of dollars since 2006 and until a few months ago, explaining that Shabibi will bear a heavy price for politicians who are trying to remove any suspicion about them because of the approaching elections.
Noteworthy that the independent MP Kazem Sayadi said that the results of the investigation in the work of the Central Bank revealed the involvement of six deputies of the Liberal bloc and the Iraqi List in corruption related to money laundering.
He warned a member of the Knesset Finance Committee, Saturday, 8/12/2012, from the United Nations to achieve in the case of the central bank will be open for international intervention, believing that suspicions of corruption that accompanied the transactions entered into by Iraq tarnished his reputation in the international financial community.
The MP said the Iraqi List, Ahmed al-Alwani said that “the arrival of a delegation from the United Nations to investigate suspicions of corruption surrounding the work of the Iraqi Central Bank will be open for international intervention in the affairs of Iraq in order to protect his money, on the grounds that Iraq is still under Chapter VII.”
He Alwani that “the parliamentary committee which was formed Baazavita to investigate suspicions of corruption in the Central Bank, I discovered the existence of documents and fake related transactions currency auction in the bank,” denying that “the former Fed governor Sinan Shabibi or his deputy appearance Saleh implicated in any corruption case.”
He considered a member of the Finance Committee that “there is arbitrarily in issuing arrest warrants against the former bank governor and his deputy”, pointing out that “there is poor management in the work of the Central Bank, and not corrupt.”
The Alwani that “the Commission is responsible for currency auction at the Central Bank are to be be held accountable for mismanagement,” adding that “it is reasonable to multiple files of corruption in Iraq in this way, especially as the suspicions of corruption swirling around arms deal and the Russian Central Bank, and other issues, tarnished the reputation of Iraq in the international financial community. ”
A number of media, Saturday, 8/12/2012, that a delegation from the United Nations arrived in Baghdad to investigate suspicions of corruption relating to Iraq’s central bank.
He announced the House of Representatives, in the November 6, 2012, the formation of a new committee to investigate the implications of the central bank, a day after confirmation of Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki that the warheads big fall issue, also stressed that it is not acting funds Iraqi, but had no information on the size or the location of deposit.
Referred to the Supreme Judicial Council confirmed, in (19 last October), the issuance of an arrest warrant for the central bank governor and a number of officials in corruption cases.
The Iraqi Cabinet decided, in (16 October 2012), the prime BSA Abdul Basit Turki functions of the central bank governor and agency.
It is noteworthy that the Iraqi Central Bank was established under the law issued on the sixth of March of the year 2004, as an independent body and is responsible for maintaining price stability and the implementation of monetary policy, including exchange rate policies and management of foreign reserves and the issuance of currency management, as well as regulate the banking sector to promote system competitive and financial independent.