Iraqi Central Bank announced Monday it had taken a series of legal actions against ba
Baghdad/Iraq News Network-the Iraqi Central Bank announced Monday it had taken a series of legal actions against banks and customers who violate the instructions
Baghdad/Iraq News Network-the Iraqi Central Bank announced Monday it had taken a series of legal actions against banks and customers who violate the instructions for an auction sale of foreign currency for years between 2012 and 2014, during the terrace "Nuri al-Maliki," the former Government. The Bank said in a statement that "such actions, proceedings in Iraqi courts in addition to large fines being levied now," adding that "the Bank auditing teams are continuing to work in this area with coordination and informing the competent judicial authorities of irregularities or the values of the sums obtained for this purpose. The statement comes as "Central", two days after the publication of official documents of the parliamentary Finance Committee, organized smuggling of billions of dollars, through an auction sale of hard currency, for a number of banks and finance companies for 2006-2014 when Nouri al-Maliki as Prime Minister. One of the documents included on 8 October, and from the Finance Committee to the Chief of the Al Huda Bank integrity (local) to buy hard currency from the Central Bank for the years 2012, 2013, 2014, using forged documents and were turned around 6.5 billion dollars to banks and companies in Jordan. And detection of Ahmad Chalabi, the former head of the Finance Committee, in a televised interview last week, (died Tuesday in Baghdad of a heart attack) that "Iraq has obtained 551 billion dollars from oil sales for the period 2006-2014, which has earmarked 115 billion dollars in imports, the Central Bank assumed the sale of 312 billion dollars of NCB within the auction sell". And the public integrity Commission announced last August, the forwarding of Alvin and 171 senior, including 13 Ministers and from their degree, to the courts of offences and corruption, revealing that the Ministers of Defense, Commerce, transportation and electricity, among those wanted for the judicial authorities. And associated integrity Commission, which was established in 2004 by the Prime Minister's Office, and have judicial powers, such as the issuance of arrest warrants for defendants, and have a component of judges investigating corruption and accused, but non-judgemental, and investigating judges to transfer the accused to the competent courts and parliamentary integrity Commission announced more than once that the integrity Commission need to "integrity" because they calculated the ruling Dawa party.