Parliamentary Finance: the position of Governor of the Central Bank managed proxy and the government has not provided so far as its candidate

Parliamentary Finance Committee confirmed that the position of Governor of the Central Bank is still run by proxy and the government did not provide until now a candidate for the job.

A member of the Committee Faleh sari told {Euphrates News} said Friday that “the Central Bank of institutions very important and vital, which have a major impact on the reputation of the country’s economic, and recent statistics indicated higher reserves Iraq of gold and this is a proof that the policy that was followed by the central bank cash was successful and led to be these precautions and increase these numbers tripled. “

He stressed that “We must be chosen according to conservative contexts and standards be accepted by international organizations and specialists in economic institutions in the country. “

The effect that “the parliamentary Finance Committee Preoccupied now the budget law and discussions about him and did not consider until now the subject of the Governor of the Central Bank and will be the subject in priorities over the next year. “

He pointed out that “The Finance Committee will have a large role in identifying and give features and standards to be followed in the selection of the Governor of the Central Bank.”

The Ali al-Moussawi, a media adviser to the prime minister announced earlier vote of the Council of Ministers to assign Abdul Basit Turki of Directors of the Central Bank instead Shabibi.

The Integrity Commission has issued an arrest warrant for Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi and 16 other officials, including Deputy Governor appearance of Mohammed Saleh.

The House of Representatives formed a committee headed by Qusay al-Suhail, first deputy speaker of parliament, has taken some measures led to the issuing of arrest warrants against a number of officials at the central bank, including Governor Sinan al-Shabibi against the backdrop of corruption charges.

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