Judiciary: private banks began to pay FINES since last July 10 billion dinars/month
Judiciary: private banks began to pay Gramadtha since last July by 10 billion dinars per month
Number of Views: 198
Long-Presse / Baghdad
It proclaimed the cover of integrity, money laundering and economic crime in a Baghdad court on Wednesday, the start of private banks to pay what Bzmtha of fines and benefits Tojerih to the Central Bank of Iraq since last July by 10 billion dinars per month, while confirming that these banks were able to repay 46 billion dinars.
Said Judge Radhi Fartusi in a statement received (range Press), a copy of it, that "the central bank already established a number of cases against 28 banks waged a result of falling into the breaches of the law after discovered by the BSA," noting that "these banks paid 46 billion dinars, and on more than one batch, which is part of the amounts claimed, with interest the delay for the past years. "
He Fartusi, that "the remaining owe fines and benefits of up to 191 billion and 551 million dinars," pointing out that "private banks committed by a decision of the Central Bank for payment during the timeframe expires in January of next year."
He Fartusi, that "payment by installments received a total of 10 billion dinars per month system," adding, that "the obligation to pay begun since last July."
He explained misdemeanors integrity judge, that "the restoration of these amounts got to follow up directly by the President of the Federal Judiciary Judge Medhat al-Mahmoud, and the presidency of the resumption of the Federal Court of Rusafa."
The Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi called on Wednesday the (23 September 2015), the judges of integrity to strike hard and achieve justice and not to allow corrupt evasion, and while stressing on the need to confront them because they are "more dangerous than cancer" and trying to buy receivables, stressed the need to develop strategies help to deter corruption and speed up resolving these issues.
The phenomenon of corruption, "the biggest challenge" facing Iraq, along with security, since the year 2003, especially the levels reached a level led international organizations specialized to the situation in Iraq from among the "most corrupt" countries in the world, as it has led to popular protests successive last of which was pervaded since the majority of the provinces (the 31 of July 2015), to demand the fight against rampant corruption, and improve services.