Global financial institutions slowed Iraq two months to pass anti-money laundering and terrorism financing law

He said the economic and investment commission parliamentary member Ahmed Kanani that the World Bank and other international financial institutions gave Iraq until next October as the date for the adoption of anti-money laundering law. Kanani warned in a press release received today for News Agency (et) a copy of "the consequences of the delay in the approval of the House of Representatives anti-money laundering and terrorism financing law, who said he did not receive attention of the Presidency of Parliament. Kanani said that "the parliament has not yet paid the required importance to this vital law, which depends upon the continuation of economically connect Iraq 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 handling the financial and economic transformation not unlike the enactment of this law, the measure would eliminate the purchasing power of the Iraqi dinar and put the Iraqi Central Bank in an awkward predicament makes him isolated from the world organization." And between Kanani said that "the deadline only two months left them almost on the head of the House of Representatives that the law be included on the agenda for the nearest session, but will be responsible for the punitive economic measures to be taken by the world against Iraq.