World Bank gives Iraq two months to approve the anti-money laundering law 7/27
World Bank gives Iraq two months to approve the anti-money laundering law
BAGHDAD / WAP / detection for economic and investment commission parliamentary member Ahmed Kanani, Monday, for the granting of the World Bank and international financial institutions Other, Iraq until next October as the date for the adoption of anti-money laundering law.
He warned Kanani said in a press statement News Agency Baghdad International / WAP / received a copy of it, "of the consequences of delays in the House of Representatives to pass anti-money laundering law and the financing of terrorism, which did not receive attention of the Presidium of the parliament." He said that "Parliament did not pay so far significance required for this bio-law, which depends upon the continued continue Iraq economically with the outer perimeter and the focus of the Chamber of Deputies on the minor issues. "
He added that "Iraq would be included in the black list countries in economic deal and cash other than lack of enactment of this law, the measure would eliminate the purchasing power of the Iraqi dinar and put the bank CBI into a corner makes him isolated from the world organization. " Among Kanani said that "the time limit was left of which only about two months and the Chairman of the House of Representatives that included law on the agenda for the nearest session, but will be responsible for the punitive economic measures to be taken by the world against Iraq." / finished 8