Formation of an investigative committee again the issue of CBI transactions

BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network – A member of the Finance Committee Haitham Jubouri the formation of an investigative committee on the central bank transactions after the holiday in addition to the control of the Council announced its intention to set up the first day yesterday.

Jubouri said to (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network) that “as told us from the brothers at the head of the House of Representatives, it will be an investigation committee to visit the Central Bank of Iraq and look at the records and the numbers and the sales and the people who get hard currency,” noting that “the work of the investigative work of the Commission is different from the control of the Council approved the formation, which includes the heads of the two financial, economic and Office of Financial Supervision. “

He Jubouri that “we want through the Commission investigative see the details of the sale and purchase of the process difficult and disclosure of some of the characters that deal with the bank and the fact Mithar to disable some of the laws,” noting that there are complaints about the presence of five or six figures are said to underline the auction sale of the bank Central since its inception. “

Jubouri was revealed two days ago about the involvement of influential political figures, (undisclosed), the phenomenon of trafficking (5-10) million dollars a day through an auction sale of the currency, and emphasized that the money part of which goes to support “terrorism.”

Asked the CBI to investigate “immediately” to “alleged” involvement of influential politicians, the phenomenon of money laundering, describing the involvement of politicians talk about the “danger.”

The main tasks of the Iraqi Central Bank to maintain price stability, and the implementation of monetary policy, including exchange rate policies, and management of reserves of foreign currency, and the issuance of currency management, in addition to regulating the sector banks.