Fatlawi denies link to al-Maliki, the disappearance of ten billion dollars from the Iraqi Central Bank reserves


Date: Tuesday 11/17/2015 12:38


He denied the head of the "will of the" Movement MP Hanan al, Monday, linked to former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki, the disappearance of ten billion dollars from the Iraqi Central Bank reserves.

and demanded Fatlawi, Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi declare the details of the issue of ten billion dollars from the Iraqi Central Bank reserves disappearance which revealed by the official newspaper "Al-Sabah" reported that al-Abadi instructed to open an urgent investigation on them.

She Fatlawi in an interview with Alsumaria's News, "I demand Abadi to announce the details of ten billion dollars disappeared from the Iraqi Central Bank reserves and announce the date specifically her disappearance," adding, "We know that the bank Central punish his administration three people are all from Shabibi and Abdul Basit Turki and on the Keywords, all of whom are located and the revival and well and possible ask them to be in charge of them accounting that was actually disappeared.

"She Fatlawi" It is inconceivable that the Abadi announced ten billion dollars without giving history disappearance specifically in the era of any governor of the bank, like a ten fils or ten pence disappeared and not ten billion dollars.
"and considered that" it is talking about the opening of an investigation to find out where naive disappeared that money, does the reserve is a bundle of money was stolen from the contour?

Or is discreet Bank and the financial disclosure documents and delivery and receipt? ".

She pointed out that" the Abadi to announce full transparency when it disappeared money and who is responsible at the time conservative and what is responsible for that accounting procedures and how it will be money back.

"The official newspaper" Al-Sabah " revealed on Monday (November 16, 2015), that Abadi instructed to open an urgent investigation the disappearance of $ 10 billion of central bank reserves under the previous government.

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