Finance: there was no justification for dismissal of the deputy governor of the Central Bank
Parliamentary Finance: there was no justification for dismissal of the deputy governor of the Central Bank
The time on Sunday, January 27 2 / January 2013 08:24 | |
Baghdad / Orr News
Parliamentary Finance Committee noted that the disqualification or dismissal of the deputy governor of the Central Bank, illegal, and there is no reason for his dismissal as long did not prove the charges against him.
Committee member said the Iraqi List MP Ibrahim al-Mutlaq said the deputy governor of the Central Bank of the appearance of Mohammed Saleh proved his innocence, and legally there is no justification for allowing his dismissal or removal. ”
Mutlaq said that “the process of selling the currency at the Central Bank has not changed for the article’s central bank governor Sinan al-Shabibi.” He is a member of the Finance Committee that “the sale of hard currency, and money orders at the central bank did not change, and did not touch a new, which is the same as what they were in the time of the province of the Central Bank of the article, Sinan Shabibi, and his deputy, the appearance of Mohammed Saleh.”
He Mutlaq, that “the previous mechanism is still followed and did not notice any effect, after the media hype that provoked Shabibi in that period.” The MP for the Iraqi List, that “actions which affected the central bank at the time of Shabibi is up in the same Jacob.”
The article’s central bank governor Sinan al-Shabibi had demanded all documents Integrity Commission accused him of money laundering in order to respond to them. Shabibi said, challenging, “I demand the documents and books that refer to Torti money laundering in order to respond to him.” Shabibi revealed he “would respond to all charges against him and prove his innocence, of suspicious reports issued against him,” stressing that “the coming days will witness uncover all the facts.”
Noteworthy that the judiciary has issued an arrest warrant for Shabibi Iraqi Central Bank Governor Ali financial background suspicions.