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A member of the parliamentary legal: the fight against money laundering responsibility of the central bank and the fight against this phenomenon
[Baghdad-where] - said in the parliamentary legal committee member on Wednesday that the responsibility for the fight against money laundering and the Central Bank on the last combat this phenomenon.
He said Hassan Turan told all of Iraq [where] a copy of which was that "There is a law regards money laundering hope to contribute to the solution of a large part of the problem, noting that" money laundering crimes new to Iraq and there was no legal framework to fight this phenomenon."
He said "Fighting money laundering is the responsibility of the central bank and the Finance Committee in the House of Representatives, which has prepared a plan for the next year from within Aulyatha follow-up measures by the central bank to reduce the phenomenon of money laundering."
He said Turan that "the biggest the shoulder in the fight against this apparently is located on the bank Central and especially in relation to the currency in an auction where the authorities must make sure that you purchase and buy the ultimate beneficiary of the currency because the currency auctions drains hard currency leads to money laundering".