Reaching for files of financial and administrative corruption in the Central Bank

A commission of inquiry reveal reaching for files of financial and administrative corruption in the Central Bank

09/09/2012 14:06

Baghdad September 9 / September (Rn) – The parliamentary committee investigating the file’s central bank Saturday reaching files to prove the involvement of officials inside and outside the Bank administrative and financial corruption, noting that it preoccupied now left its preparation for submission to the House of Representatives in the next session. A member of the Committee Haitham al-Jubouri told the Kurdish news agency (Rn) that “the Committee charged with investigating the file’s central bank now in the process of writing the report,” adding “we have identified shortcomings and identified the main problems existing within the central bank and this report will be presented during the next meeting.” explained Jubouri “The report will be presented to the President of the Finance Committee and Chairman of the Economic Committee and Chairman of the BSA and will be presented to the House of Representatives, which will have the decision to take any action.” and revealed a “file financial and administrative corruption many within the bank and affect figures inside and outside the Bank,” He pointed out that “the next step is the formation of a commission of inquiry after writing the report and if not form a committee because of political agreements will go towards questioning the central bank governor.” The House of Representatives decided last week to form a committee to investigate the facts chaired by the Deputy President of the Council Qusay al-Suhail and the membership key committees of Economy and Finance and the President BSA to audit the bank transactions on currency auction sale. ‘s task CBI to maintain price stability and the implementation of monetary policy, including exchange rate policies and management reserves of foreign currency and regulate the banking sector. : Yazan al-Shammari. Open: Abdullah Sabri

Source: aknews