Parliamentary COM of Finance calls for sending anti-money laundering law 7/30/2015
Parliamentary Council of Ministers of Finance calls for sending anti-money laundering law to parliament
Tomorrow Press / BAGHDAD: A member of the parliamentary finance committee, Masood Haider, the presence of the names of accused of smuggling currency and money laundering in the Iraqi judiciary and the banking sector and the Central Bank, asking the Council of Ministers to send the draft Anti-Money Laundering Act to the House of Representatives, calling on the executive bodies to take the role in the take legal action against them.
He said Haider for "tomorrow Press," that "the Finance Committee opened a money laundering and smuggling of currency file and formed committees to follow-up during the past few months," explaining "After increasing the price of the currency we pointed to the existence of mafias are supported by some political decision-makers in Iraq ".
He pointed out that "the Committee met with the Central Bank and other financial institutions was addressed to a lot of things which led to the depreciation of the dollar," pointing out that "the draft anti-money laundering law is the Presidency of the Council of Ministers."
He called Haider, the Council of Ministers to "send anti-money laundering law to the parliament for consideration and legislation because it helps in the fight against financial corruption that exists in the banking sector."