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    The demands of the Council of Ministers to ratify the Money Laundering Act 9/29

    The demands of the Council of Ministers to ratify the Money Laundering Act for "the prosecution of those involved."

    Baghdad-Iraq-Presse - the parliamentary Finance Committee called on Tuesday, the Council of Ministers to ratify the Money Laundering Act to prosecute persons involved in this serious View Habits him "the most important laws voted on by the House of Representatives."

    A member of the Finance Committee, Masood Haider in a press statement, that "the money laundering law and one of the most important laws voted by parliament, and sent to the Cabinet for approval, because there are cases of money laundering in some Iraqi banks in the recent period."

    He added that "the Council of Ministers approval of the Money Laundering Act within a period of 30 days from the approval of parliament and send it to him, to be the Central Bank of the investigation with the banks involved in money laundering operations of the authority."

    He added that "money laundering Directorate at the Central Bank of Iraq has full authority to investigate with the banks involved in money laundering, money laundering according to law."

    He pointed out that "the names of the accused of money laundering to the Iraqi judiciary and evidence showing, after the ratification of the law by the Council of Ministers will have to appear before the judiciary for prosecution."

    And the voice of the House of Representatives in the sixteenth of September this on Money Laundering Act and sent to the Cabinet for approval Alih.


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