Published on Friday, October 12
BAGHDAD / obelisk: threatened Iraqi Central Bank Governor Sinan al-Shabibi, Friday, in the first response since the criticism directed to his foundation, to sue entities that seek to "determine how the" bank, stressing that there was "extensive campaign" designed to damage the national economy, in what was considered that doubt Bmhnih "false allegations."
Shabibi said for "obelisk" that "there are many of those who plunged themselves in a campaign to determine how the central bank and damage to the national economy as a whole," noting that "the central bank will sue anyone who tries to speak to determine how our monetary policy."
The Shabibi that "central bank policy and their moves were intended to preserve the value of the Iraqi dinar and create a balance in the Iraqi market to maintain economic stability," stressing that "the Central Bank is going as planned, and we we have indicated our desire to cooperate with all the detection of corrupt files wherever found and hold negligent. "
Shabibi said that "everything it touches professionally Central Bank is false allegations and not unfounded and the central bank will raise issues in the competent courts to all these parties that Chen distorted this media campaign."
And was a member of the parliamentary Finance Committee Haitham al-Jubouri accused, on the ninth of October now, five banks and general manager of civil money in the Central Bank of Iraq involved being involved in money laundering through the central bank auction.
The head of the House of Representatives Osama Najafi has confirmed, on the sixth of October now, that the Committee responsible for monitoring the work of the central bank pointed to suspicion of corruption in the sale of the dollar, pointing out that there is a lack of clarity mechanisms check money laundering operations the central bank and private banks.
The early parliamentary source revealed to the obelisk in the third of October, current, providing for a special parliamentary committee conducted an investigation activities of the Central Bank of Iraq reveals the involvement of the north bank and the Middle East in the laundering and the smuggling of money and private currency dollar to the United Arab Emirates.
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