Council of Ministers to constitute a committee to review and audit the sale of currency

The form of the Iraqi Council of Ministers, on Thursday, a committee to audit and review the sale of the currency at the central bank auction, as he emphasized that the Commission will develop proposals to reduce the leakage of the currency.

A statement issued by the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers and received (range Press), a copy of which, “The Secretariat has formed a committee to audit and review the sale of the currency in central bank auction in accordance with the order Diwani (121) for the year 2012,” noting that “the Commission will be headed by a representative of the Supreme Audit financial and membership of the Ministry of Finance, Interior and Commerce in addition to the Central Bank and the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers. “

The statement added that “the objective of the formation of the Commission is to identify shortcomings and weaknesses and strengths and how to take advantage of the amounts sold and fits in with the quantity of goods and services within,” noting that “the Commission will submit its proposals to the General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers to reduce the leakage of currency.”

The MP breakaway Sadrist Kazem Sayadi accused, in the 12 of November 2012, lawmakers in the Sadrist movement and the Iraqi List involvement of corruption in dealings central bank they (Jawad Alshahyla, and Bahaa al-Araji and Maha league, and Uday Awad for the Liberal bloc, as well as MP Talal Zobaie and political Jamal Karbouli in the Iraqi List), pointing out that those deputies took advantage of the decision to cancel the ration card and Russian arms deal and Otharoheme “to cover up their corruption.”

While the Sadrists denied on the lips of the President of the Liberal bloc Bahaa al-Araji, during a press conference held at the parliament building, in the 12 of November 2012, and attended (range Press), those charges, returned it as “confusion” Securities.

The Iraqi Council of Representatives form, in August 2012, the Committee for Truth on auction sales daily dollars at the Central Bank and the people who get hard currency and checking sales figures, and includes the heads of the two financial, economic and BSA and the number of Representatives, and the Committee submitted its report on the Bank’s work early last October, and then returned the House of Representatives and the form of the sixth of the month of November this another committee to investigate the implications of the central bank and includes economic committee chairman Haider al-Abadi and Finance Committee Chairman Ahmed al-Alwani and Central Bank Governor agency Abdel Basset Turki, and under the direct supervision of the Presidency of Parliament .

However, the Integrity Committee parliamentary described, on the tenth of November 2012, the words of one of its members Dear Ugaili Committee Last investigating the corruption cases attributed to the CBI as is “legal”, and confirmed that he will form a new committee to re-investigate this file, farewell to freeze the decision to arrest the right bank governor Sinan al-Shabibi.

The Supreme Judicial Council announced, the 19 of October 2012, for the issuance of arrest warrants for employees in the bank, led by governor article Shabibi (located outside Iraq) and his deputy, the appearance of Mohammed Saleh and a number of other staff.

The Iraqi Cabinet decided, in the 16 October 2012, the prime BSA Abdul Basit Turki functions of the central bank governor and agency.

And received the issue of dismissal of Governor Central Bank of Iraq international reactions mixed as called for U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Stephen Beecroft in the twenty-fifth of October last year to a transparent investigation in this case as it represents the great importance of the Iraqi economy, also stressed the World Bank on the need for a transparent investigation in this case, pointing to the lack of knowledge of the chaos that prevailed the Central Bank of Iraq and that Iraqi officials talked about.

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