BAGHDAD / ... stressed the Parliamentary Finance Committee, Thursday, to discuss money laundering and query those "competent" on currency smuggling and abroad to fill the gaps Amaknyh law to prevent their diversion.
The committee member said Massoud Rostam for "Eye Iraq News," "The parliamentary Finance Committee discussed by hosting the central bank governor and director of the bank's anti-money laundering and Office of Financial Supervision and the Director of Public Prosecutions and the Director of money laundering intelligence to a money laundering law."
Rustam said, "The committee inquired of the parties the possibility of recovery of funds smuggled abroad and fight hard currency laundering," pointing out that "On inquiry was about action taken on the money that fled during the past years."
He pointed out, there are many doubts about the smuggled money and those who had smuggled, "noting," There are steps to bridge the gaps in the central bank to prevent the smuggling of money
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