Detect collusion central bank advisers and government officials in the currency auction sale

Detect collusion central bank advisers and government officials in the currency auction sale

04-09-2012 08:40 AM

Revealed the so-called ‘Truth’ set up by the current parliament, which includes the heads of ‘Economic and Financial Committee and the Board of Supreme Audit’ of the existence of collusion of advisers at the central bank and government officials in the case of an auction sale of the currency. quoted press sources on Monday for a member ‘of the fact facts’ MP Ahmad al-Alwani saying: that the Committee had completed a series of meetings with officials in the Central Bank and the Financial Inspection Office and the tax and customs and economic crime, and will report to the Presidency of the Council of Representatives next week to make a decision on the issue of auction currency. added Alwani, who heads the ‘Committee economy’ parliamentary that there is a lack of clarity and suspicions many about auction sale of hard currency, ie U.S. dollar, noting that there are five banks that holds the case in coordination with the companies of foreign exchange, and also there is complicity of some officials and advisers at the central bank, but did not explain the nature of the collusion or the identities of those responsible involved. explained Alwani that ‘The Truth’ has information, working to ensure its credibility and reliability, but gave no substance. and was a member of the so-called ‘Finance Committee’ parliamentary Haitham al-Jubouri, had threatened to resort to collecting signatures to question the central bank governor government Shabibi The unmet Presidency of the Council of Representatives asked the formation of an investigative committee in the measures the central bank followed in his dealings. was Jubouri had revealed earlier this month about the involvement of political figures influential – undisclosed – the phenomenon of smuggling 5 to 10 million dollars a day through an auction sale of the currency.
Source: ahraraliraq