Parl criticism of Central Bank for seeking enactment law protect him from charges
Parliamentary criticism of the Central Bank for seeking the enactment of a law protects him from charges
News source: Ali Salman
Section: Economic page
November 30, 2015 11:16 am
Member of the parliamentary Finance Committee criticized Haitham al-Jabouri, the Central Bank sought to pass a law protecting him from charges.
Al-jubouri called in a statement obtained by the news agency the Buratha Bank day to "abide by the Constitution and the law and recognizing the right of the House to monitor and assess and evaluate its work, in addition to accounting proves his complicity or intentionally disruptive and a waste of public money".
"The deputies will continue to expose the corrupt and the people's livelihood" manipulators, expressing surprise at the "contradictions of the Central Bank who defend private banks launch and then return to announce punishing banks by 400 billion dinars".
He added that "there are specialists in the House of Deputies, committees have the right to question and assessment and investigate any suspicion arise or any information up and no one is above the law, no institution and no personality," strongly accountable Council wants to stop the monitoring process and will fight for all violations, and on top of fraud in the sale of the dollar and the decrease of financial reserve. "
And the Iraqi Central Bank announced on Sunday (November 29, 2015), seeking to enact legislation to protect decision-makers from the accusations, saying its continued its working mechanisms that ensure exchange rate stability in the markets.
He criticized a number of fiscal policy mechanisms on Central Bank dollar selling window low reserve of hard currency Iraq.