Deputy reveals the reason for the decline in sales of the central bank
The deputy of the state of Law coalition, Mohammed Al-Shammari, on Sunday
attributed the decrease in the central bank's sales of dollars at the currency auction to the new government's control over currency smuggling and money laundering.
"The decrease in the central bank's sales of dollars at the currency auction occurred after the control of all the money that was entering the smuggling and laundering field," Al-Shammari said in an interview with Al-Malouma, stressing that
"the Sudanese started right by standing up to all those who were making profits from the sale of hard currency in very high amounts, especially in the recent period.
"The features of the product of the work of the new government began to appear through a number of files that were processed in the period after the previous caretaker government," he added. He pointed out that
"there are many officials who have been dismissed or held accountable for all the files that were hacked in the caretaker government headed by Mustafa al-Kazemi".
The Economist Abdul Rahman al-Mashhadani, had spoken earlier to / information/, that
"private banks are the only beneficiaries of the sale of the central bank by smuggling hard currency out of Iraq.
The leader of the state of Law Coalition, Ibrahim al-sakini, had spoken earlier to/ information/, that
"the goal of the change in positions is not to repeat the mistakes and violations that occurred in the previous caretaker government," pointing out that
"state institutions, departments and ministries need a revolution in changing positions at the senior level. Over25 / J