The time on Sunday, 09 December, 1/2012 09:44 | |
Baghdad / Orr News
As warned by the Chairman of the Economic Commission of the Iraqi parliament and a member of the Commission of Inquiry into suspicions of corruption Central Bank, Ahmed al-Alwani, the intervention of the United Nations in the case of the central bank because it would be open for international intervention, denied a member of the Finance Committee in the Iraqi Parliament, Dr. Haitham al-Jubouri any the possibility of such an intervention.
A member of a coalition of state law and a member of the Knesset Finance Committee, Haitham al-Jubouri said "the reports about the intervention of the United Nations in the investigation of the central bank are completely untrue and that the process is a purely Iraqi affair." The Jubouri: that "a delegation from the International Monetary Fund arrived in Iraq for the purpose of access to the investigation and to check on what is happening from the premise that the Iraqi Central Bank Foundation linked institutions international", adding that "this does not mean interference and are not allowed to intervene."
And on the investigation, Jubouri said, "The investigation of the currency auction ended, though the deputy governor surrendered to authorities while still governor Sinan position uncertain Cpie, where he announced that he intended to return but not implemented." He pointed out that "Cpie and through the statements that appeared in the media flops do not know what he wants as well as he did not know a lot of things and the bank's facts contrary to what propaganda shows as an expert does not shove his dust." Juburi stressed that "the central bank controlled now and the volume of remittances is very reasonable and we are watching what is going on properly."
The Alwani said in a press statement yesterday that "the arrival of a delegation from the United Nations to investigate suspicions of corruption surrounding the work of the Iraqi Central Bank will be open for international intervention in the affairs of Iraq in order to protect its assets, on the grounds that Iraq is still under Chapter VII." He Alwani: "The parliamentary committee formed Baazavita to investigate suspicions of corruption in the Central Bank, I discovered the existence of documents and fake related transactions currency auction in the bank," denying that "the former Fed governor Sinan Shabibi or his deputy appearance Saleh implicated in any corruption case." The Alwani that "the Commission is responsible for currency auction at the Central Bank are to be be held accountable for mismanagement," adding that "it is reasonable to multiple files of corruption in Iraq in this way, especially as the suspicions of corruption swirling around arms deal and the Russian Central Bank, and other issues, tarnished the reputation of Iraq in the international financial community. "