Thank you for inviting us to post re this controversial topic.
I have read this document three times in the past months.
From what I may glean from this;
1) The CBI may not have as part of its board an elected official for the govt of Iraq (Mr. Turki has been stated as being an "interim" Governor of the CBI, and this is why he is deemed this title - for now - as, according to this doc., they have to place someone who does not hold an elected post in the GOI as a permanent Governor of the CBI - he'd have to be "removed" from his post on the Finance Committee before he could permanently take Shabibi's post)
2) Any member of the CBI that is brought up on charges must be given a hearing so they may be given the chance to speak their case.
(We simply do not know if Shabibi has been served with official summons yet).
3) The Govt of Iraq (ultimately) has dominion over the CBI, although the CBI IS an independent agency, and I believe the WB and IMF are ultimately who the CBI and the GOI (Pertaining to any problems with the CBI) have to use as their "filter" for issues with the CBI.
I believe these are the most pertinent points stated within this document.
Feel free to correct me, I'm no legal expert on this.
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