Parliamentary fact-finding committee decided to host the officials at the CBI
BAGHDAD / Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network – decided to fact-finding committee formed by the Council under the chairmanship of First Deputy Speaker of Parliament Qusay al-Suhail and the membership committee chairmen of Finance and Economy and Chairman of Supreme Audit and the first meeting hosted officials at the Central Bank, including governor Sinan al-Shabibi.
said member Finance Committee in Parliament Secretary Hadi’s (Center Brief for the Iraqi Media Network) that “The Truth decided to host officials in the Iraqi Central Bank to discuss the mechanisms dealings especially in relation to the sale of foreign currency to banks.”
said Secretary that “the Finance Committee also decided to host the Ministers of Planning and Trade and directors in the Ministry of Finance and officials in the Customs to examine the status of the border crossing points in order to continue goods entering ELPLA d and compare it with what is being transferred from the hard currency under the title import goods. “
and was a member of the Finance Committee parliamentary Haitham al-Jubouri threatened first by resorting to all signatures to question the central bank governor Iraqi Shabibi The unmet Presidency of the Council of Representatives asked the formation of an investigative committee on measures central bank followed in his dealings, as revealed today its inception Collect 50 signatures to demand the formation of an investigative committee dealings central bank was Jubouri had revealed earlier this month about the involvement of political figures influential (not undisclosed) phenomenon smuggling (5-10) million dollars a day through an auction sale of currency, and stressed that the money goes in part to support “terrorism.”
and demanded CBI investigation “immediately” to “allegations” involving politicians influential phenomenon of money laundering, describing talk about the involvement of politicians to “risk.” 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, as well as to regulate the banking sector.