Kurdish lawmaker: the judiciary alone, who will debate the issue of central bank

Kurdish lawmaker: the judiciary alone, who will debate the issue of central bank

Thursday, October 18 1 / Okrudolf 2012 08:28

{Baghdad: Euphrates News} MP for the Kurdistan Alliance, Sheriff Soliman that no one can prove the existence of corrupted files against the central bank and those in which only justice and the concerned authorities.

Sulaiman said in a statement to Agence {Euphrates News} today that “things are all, however, the Commission investigating the matter and we are with the law and no one allowed himself to be against the law or with the abuse of public money, especially in an important institution and as large as a central bank.”

“The law and the judiciary and the competent authorities will have the final word and wait Masaúl him search and investigation and decisions and the results of the Commission which is investigating the matter.”

stressed “the need to keep this issue away from political because everyone swore to maintain the state funds and the interest of the people.”

“We will not allow interventions and political bargaining in the delicate subject of the central bank, and there must be neutral in the matter.”

The Cabinet had last Tuesday passed a resolution exempting the Iraqi Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi from office and to instruct the Director of the Office of Financial Supervision Abdul Basit Turki running the bank until further notice. ”

The Integrity Commission has issued an arrest warrant for Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi and 16 other officials, including the deputy governor of the Central Bank the appearance of Mohammed Saleh.

House of Representatives for his part had formed a committee headed by Qusay al-Suhail, first deputy head of parliament for a broad investigation on the existence of suspicions of corruption operations selling the dollar at the Central Bank and has taken some actions led to the issuance of arrest warrants against a number of officials at the central bank, led by Governor Sinan al-Shabibi.

And denounced some of the forces and blocs targeting the Central Bank of Iraq and the attempts by some political forces to undermine the independence guaranteed by the Constitution and laws of Iraq and international.

Economists believe that these decisions and actions may contribute to market volatility Iraqi currency and the exchange rate of the dinar against foreign currencies. Ended