Central Bank denies stealing ten tons of gold reserves and threatens to sue unless proven
Central Bank denies stealing ten tons of gold reserves and threatens to sue the absolute statements unless proven
Follow-up – and babysit – denied the Iraqi Central Bank, theft of ten tons of bank reserves of gold ‘in toto’, calling for an absolute statement to prove it, and so he will be subjected to legal prosecutions.
The Department inform the Central Bank, in a statement received news agency public opinion (and babysit) a copy of: Some media picked up the statements to a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee regarding theft ten tons of gold the central bank, saying: that this information untrue altogether.
The bank in its statement, regretted that this information baseless and issued by a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, calling absolute statement to: provide proof that Otherwise would be the owners of these statements for the prosecution legal in court that these statements aimed at disrupting the market and harm the reputation of this Bank and the Iraqi economy.
And was a member of the Parliamentary Integrity Committee Jawad Alshahyla, has accused the central bank’s current presidency of stealing ten tons of gold reserves.
Said Alshahyla in a press conference: The Committee on the Parliamentary Integrity plans to open two files and described Balkhtiran first financing mobile phone companies of central bank money, and the other theft of ten tons of gold standard in the bank, accusing the current presidency of Central Bank of being behind the theft.
He explained: that the Court of competent investigation in view of the issues of integrity proved that he had nothing to do with the Central Bank and former boss Shabibi process wasting money cited by the investigative committee formed by the House of Representatives, not even the report of the Office of Financial Supervision. Q, Q