Bolani: the application of modern financial systems limits the "corruption and briber
Bolani: the application of modern financial systems limits the "corruption and bribery"
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02/02/2016 12: 0
The Central Bank of Iraq, on Monday, its willingness to apply the electronic payment system and the launch of e-dinar about contributing up to deal with the banks and reduce the problems of the cash deal, calling on the government agencies to take advantage of them, while economic Parliamentary Committee stressed the importance of electronic financial systems in the fight against " corruption and bribery. "
This came during a press conference held by Governor of the Central Bank and the Agency, on the Keywords, with a number of specialists economists, in the wake of a workshop payment system and collection mail in Iraq, which was held under the slogan (electronic payment methods starting point for financial inclusion), which was held within the region Green, in central Baghdad, and attended (range Press).
And he said: "The central bank was prepared infrastructure for payment systems that allow the application of electronic payment for the collection or adjustments to the different agencies, including the state departments mechanism", noting that "the infrastructure done by the Bank will provide ample space to enter the collection and electronic payment and use of electronic card systems ". He also added that "the central bank will launch e-dinar soon to facilitate the payment of money by mobile phone," noting that "cash trading involves many of the economic and organizational problems, and that the electronic payment reduces bureaucracy and corruption as well as theft and assault."
Keywords and said that "electronic payment will go through a number of stages, the first of awareness of its advantages and apply optionally campaign," calling on government agencies to "take advantage of this service."
Said Governor of the Central Bank and the agency that "the Bank will recommend the government to deposit employees' salaries of all government and private banks during the next term in a move that will connect millions of new people to banks and get them used to the use of electronic financial services and take advantage of its benefits," pointing out that "ten percent of citizens only relationship banking and financial institutions now. "For his part, the adviser said the prime minister for economic affairs, Abdul Hussein Al-Anbuge, during the conference, said that" the success of the payment of retirees and displaced salaries of experience through the smart card, encouraged the expansion of the experience there to be a bank account for each employee, "returned that "it could be an employee who gets a salary that way from paying wages collection of the State or the purchase of goods and services."
In addition, the President of the Parliamentary Economic Commission Jawad al-Bolani said in his speech during a press conference that "the House of Representatives keen on legislation all the associated financial and economic matters," adding that "the Commission will accelerate necessary for the application of the electronic financial systems and legislation of laws."
Bolani stressed the importance of "electronic collection and e-dinar in the fight against corruption and bribery."