BAGHDAD - Iraq News Network: confirmed the Parliamentary Integrity Committee, Thursday, non-involvement of any of its members in the investigative committee formed by the Presidency of the Council of Representatives in the case of the central bank. The deputy chairman of the Integrity Committee, Ahmed al-Jubouri said "investigative committee on the issue of the central bank and set up by the Parliament headed by First Deputy Chairman of the House of Representatives Qusay al-Suhail did not include in its membership any deputy for the Integrity Commission." "We are surprised exclusion of the Integrity Committee of this sensitive file, despite the fact that our committee is the first conducted preliminary investigations with the central bank and notified the House of Representatives that," pointing out that "the reasons behind it are still unknown." He Jubouri that "the central investigating the cause must be characterized by transparency, impartiality and professionalism," adding that "the Parliamentary Integrity Committee is concerned to investigate all cases of financial and administrative corruption which concerns the state institutions, according to the Parliament's rules of procedure." The vice president called the Integrity Committee of the need to "involve members of his committee within the investigative بالمركزي they possess information about primary issues manipulation to sell the dollar at the central bank auction."