Detecting corruption deal to prevent questioning of relations in parliament
2018/12/02 9:27 am
The House of Representatives for the current session is much like what preceded it.
The political and financial deals during the new session of parliament are continuing and seek to disrupt the questioning of senior officials in the government and the Iraqi state.
The deal, according to a London newspaper, included the freezing of questioning of the governor of the Central Bank of Parliament on charges of corruption, mismanagement and waste of public money, in exchange for granting MP Muthanna al-Samarrai a commercial bank license under trusteeship.
The deal was held between the Governor of the Central Bank of Iraq Ali al-Alaq, and the deputy for the province of Salah al-Din Muthanna al-Samarrai sponsored by a senior parliamentary official, under which the closure of the file was scheduled to be opened in the House of Representatives.
The documents included in the file are sufficient to convict him, as a prelude to removing him from his position, but the deal ensured temporary protection of the relationship, which sources gathered that he will not remain in office long after leaked many files that condemn him..