BAGHDAD / long-Presse
[ltr]Confirmed the source of human rights, on Wednesday, that both the former central bank governor, and former Minister of Communications, for example, appeared in court on Wednesday, as soon as they returned to Baghdad, following the promises that they would receive a fair courts, noting that the judge released them on bail.
The source said on condition of anonymity, said Shabibi Governor of the Central Bank, and Mohammed Allawi, the former minister of communications, were released on bail, was postponed Mgmthma to 22 of the next month.
To the right of Shabibi and Allawi in the framework of the issues and Cefaha Eadah, in the era of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, is returning now part of the new political climate in which many hope his success in correcting the mistakes of the past period.
Earlier this month, re-Abadi account to the appearance of Mohammed Saleh, who was vice Hbibi at the Central Bank, was arrested in the same case and was imprisoned, but Abadi has appointed a special advisor for the economy, a demonstration that he supports different from his predecessor's policy, and pay attention to the experts who have been rejected by the previous government acted.
Many political figures and still prosecute the arrest warrants were issued on the basis of their criticism of the policies of Maliki or refusal to obey orders they considered contrary to the Constitution.
The Iraqi judiciary issued a mid-November 2012
An arrest warrant for Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi and 15 of the bank's employees on suspicion of "committing financial crimes," according to a statement of the spokesman for the Judicial Council.
This coincided with the issuance of an arrest warrant against the Minister of Communications Mohammed Allawi, and a number of his ministry staff.
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