For the second day in a row .. Protests continue in front of the Central Bank to demand the dismissal of the governor

For the second day in a row .. Protests continue in front of the Central Bank to demand the dismissal of the governor

12/29/2020 11:58:13

For the second day in a row .. Protests continue in front of the Central Bank to demand the dismissal of the governor(Baghdad: Al Furat News) An informed source said today, Tuesday, that protests continue for the second day in a row in front of the Central Bank to demand the dismissal of the bank’s governor.
The source told {Al-Furat News} that “a group of protesters gathered for the second day in a row in front of the central bank building, demanding the dismissal of its governor and the elimination of corruption in private banks.”
The protesters had raised slogans describing the central bank governor as wanting to starve the people.

The special committee set up by the House of Representatives and consisting of three legal advisers had completed scrutinizing three out of six interrogation requests.

Representative Hussein Arab, head of the parliamentary Erada bloc, spoke in a press statement in November, saying, “In the next few days, the General Secretariat of Parliament will address the government to set dates for questioning the President of the Media and Communications Commission, the Governor of the Central Bank, and the Minister of Finance after studying the evidence and supporting documents submitted. By some of the deputies that prove the existence of financial and legal irregularities in the work of these institutions. ”

A few months ago, the Presidency of the House of Representatives referred the files of questioning the ministers of finance, higher education, industry, the central bank governor, and the head of the Media and Communications Commission, to a special committee composed of three legal advisers to look into its formal and legal procedures before setting the dates for the interrogation sessions.
At the time, the deputy affirmed that “the total of interrogation requests reached six submitted requests, three of which had completed their formal and legal procedures after being audited by the committees and parliamentary bodies concerned with this file,” expecting that “the first interrogation will take place at the beginning of next year.”

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